Southern Blogs and Websites

 

Southern Cuisine Websites

 

Southern Foodways Alliance

 

If you haven't been to this website, YOU NEED TO START HERE! The Southern Foodways Alliance documents, studies, and explores the diverse food cultures of the American South. This member-supported organization is based at the University of Mississippi’s Center for the Study of Southern Culture. They collect oral histories, produce films and podcasts, publish great writing, sponsor scholarship, mentor students, and stage events that serve as progressive and inclusive catalysts for the greater South.

 

NC Food - North Carolina Folklife Institute

 

NCFOOD is the North Carolina Folklife Institute’s blog exploring our state’s traditional cooking and foodways. Every highway and byway in the state is a potential jumping off point for a food adventure. NCFOOD publishes stories and personal experiences about farmers and food artisans, local recipes, and great traditional eateries -- a celebration of the rich and diverse food traditions of North Carolina. 

 

 

South Your Mouth

 

Mandy River's blog sharing tried and true Southern recipes. She's been on Food Network, A&E Online and won a bunch of recipe contests. Really, Ladies and Gents, go check her site out! You'll love it.

 

 

 

Charleston Food Bloggers

 

Although the name implies its about Charleston, this website is ALL OVER THE SOUTH. Written by husband and wife, Scott and Crystal Wink, they discuss where they buy food, how they prepare food at home, the restaurants they like. This blog is possibly is the most followed in South Carolina.

 

Potlikker

 

Awesome name for a Southern food blog! It is written by Rebecca Tolley who is based in Tennessee. She discussed food and ingredients that are affordable, safe, and accessible to all.

 

 

Deep South Dish

 

This site focuses on Good Ole Southern Recipes. Mary publishes about 3 to 4 unique recipes a month and also tries to show and teach how she creates these wonderful dishes.

 

My Carolina Kitchen

Sam Hoffer is a retired executive turned writer & food columist. Currently she writes a food column, “From My Carolina Kitchen,” for my local newspaper. I have entered three recipe contests and was a winner in each. Visit her site for great articles and recipes.

 

 

Eat It! North Carolina

 

Funny name. Great website! This website covers North Carolina cuisine, food products and ingredients. They also write great articles on North Carolina's awesome restaurants.

 

 

Queen of the Food Age

 

This Blog focuses on restaurants in the Charleston area. So if you're in Charleston or going to Charleston, check this site out for reviews before heading out. There are also reviews for Washington, DC as well.

 

 

A Southern Grace

 

Grace gives of lots of real good Southern recipes. Lots of fabulous deserts on this blog. Oh, and pay attention to her tool and utensil posts where you'll discover some useful products.

 

 

Charlotte Food Bloggers

 

A community of home cooks, chefs, bakers, mixologists, home brewers and restaurant reviewers who share a passion for good food and blogging. This website promotes both, in-person gatherings and virtual forums, to learn, share and socialize while celebrating the Queen City’s food scene.

 

Biscuits and Such

 

Elena shares recipes and photographs that she creates herself. She likes to focus on traditional style of Southern cooking and emphasizes fresh, local, seasonal ingredients in her cooking.

 

 

Basil and Bubbly

Marianne has a super cool blog that features recipes from the unique to the traditional. She reviews products and restaurants as well. Also, there is some awesome food photography on this blog.

Southern Eats

A basic but great reference guide for southern foods and tools.

 

Other Great Sites

 

The Castejons

 

Hushpuppy Nation

 

Soul Food and Southern Cooking

Syrup and Biscuits

 

Melissa's Southern Style Kitchen

 

Homesick Texan

 

Moma's Southern Cooking

 

Sinful Southern Sweets

 

Southern Bite

 

Chef Rick

 

New Oreleans Cuisine

 

The South Will Rise

 

Southern Plate