We Southerners love our ’menna cheese. Here are some of our favorites from across the South.
Travel the roads of Appalachia for a true taste of West Virginia’s distinctive cuisine.
Do-nuts, donuts, or doughnuts. Spell them how you want; it’s hard not to love these warm, familiar, and delicious confections.
For every kid and kid at heart, nothing tops the candy-coated rush you get when stepping into an old-fashioned candy store.
A piece of chicken breaded and fried—what could be simpler? But in the hands of good Southern cooks, fried chicken is sublime.
Grabbing a bite to eat at a gas station is usually nothing to get excited about—chips, candy, or maybe a hot dog. But not all gas station food is created equal.
Fried green tomatoes are as Southern as, well, fried green tomatoes. While tomatoes, and therefore green tomatoes, certainly grow outside the South, fried green tomatoes are only served around these parts or by folks who hail from here.