A Spoken Dish is a video storytelling project produced by the Southern Foodways Alliance, the Oxford, Mississippi–based non-profit dedicated to documenting (and proselytizing) the diverse food culture of the American South. The extensive series features men, women and children from all around the southern United States sharing their favorite food memories, stories and recipes. Farmers, chefs, home cooks, students, brewers, bloggers and cookbook writers all get one minute of glory in the series that was produced in collaboration with Whole Foods Market and Georgia Organics. As we lead up to the SFA’s annual symposium in October, we’ll be bringing you some of our favorite stories. Today we meet Katy Simmons Prosser of Simmons Catfish Farm in Jackson, Mississippi (she always brings a portable frier with her to the beach) and Steven Satterfield — chef and co-owner of Miller Union in Atlanta. He tells us about a southern risotto dish made with Carolina gold rice.
All Mississippi Girls Have A Portable Fryer
A Story Of Ingredients
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