White Trash Cooking: From Trailer Parks To Food Trucks

Nov 23, 2016

Thirty years ago, one cookbook called  "White Trash Cooking" shook up the culinary world. The title alone was enough to offend some people, and the recipes -- with ingredients like canned corned beef and potato chips -- offered a glimpse into what was served in the homes of poor Americans in the South. We look back on its controversial legacy with Southern Foodways Alliance director John T. Edge, food writer Sheri Castle, and Atlanta food photographer Angie Mosier.

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