We’re coming upon a holiday where we as a people gather together and reflect on gratitude. We may contemplate the hundreds of Thanksgivings our people had before us. Or, perhaps, we ruminate over the gatherings in the most recent decade. A particular dish. A special person. A family tradition. WeContinue Reading

Fatback frying in an old well-seasoned cast iron skillet soup beans bubbling Silver Queen corn with a plate of sliced tomatoes and onions on Mrs. Vashon’s table where we sit for hours as she tells stories of the past. Red Spruce trees swaying in the soft wind whispering secrets toContinue Reading