Old ways of preserving food run deep in the culture of Appalachia. It turns out that preserving life requires the same principles.
It’s peach season in the South, and that means cobblers, pies, ice cream—and a Georgia Sunset, a peachy concoction that’ll drop you right into the middle of the orchard.
By Mary Ann Anderson /
Hoppin’ John, they call him. Now, five decades deep into his career as a historian of Southern food, John Martin Taylor delivers a career-capping memoir that teaches us to make the most of what we’ve got. On our tables and in our souls.