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John T. Edge travels around the region, introducing viewers to Southern tastemakers, food, culture and history as they intertwine in the beautiful yet complex South.

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Herby K's is a 1936 vintage beer garden and fry house. Lucky Palace serves wol-fried-t-bones and pork egg foo young. Both of these restaurants are survivors, like Shreveport itself.
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Sands, the soul food café, cooks oxtails and cabbage and ropy okra; Arnold's Country Kitchen, Kahlil Arnold dishes created corn, hashed turnip greens, and fried green tomatoes; the differences between black and white cooking come into focus.
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Pablo Rivadeneyra rotisserie-cooks lime-marinated chicken. Larry and Betty Jean Scott work a smoke-belching pit at Scott's BBQ. In these two places, we get a glimpse of the hard work that defines life in the South.
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Greek natives and their kin built the Birmingham restaurant scene, from barbecue joints to hotdog stands to steakhouses. Bright Star, founded in 1907, is the old guard and Johnny's is the new guard Greek restaurant.
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Just as there are many Souths, black Memphis reveals itself to be varied and complex and beautiful, Here, we see the streets of Memphis and its classic spots Pop's Hot Tamales, Lee Crumb, and Ms. Girlee's.
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In the southern towns of Hodgenville and Bardstown, Kentucky, conflicting ideas about identity and purpose come into focus. In these Southern towns, onion burgers and country sausage prove constants in a time of great change.
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This is a story about a scrappy onetime oil boomtown, where cooks make the most of scraps and the oppressiveness of brisket and how popular narratives have obscured two Gulf Coast dishes that manage to hang on.
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If you're a local of New Orleans, you might recognize West African borrowings in music and food but Italian New Orleans has been largely forgotten.

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