My Fork

local food, food culture, vintage cookbooks, cast iron skillets,  wooden spoons, yellow tomatoes, blue potatoes, and green eggs!

I’m Mississippi born and bred but not necessarily fed! I’m growing my passion and love for food and, most importantly, trying new things and learning new skills. A move to Tennessee has helped me expand my quest for local food and certainly helped expand my repertoire. I’m not a food network girl; I love to learn by reading cookbooks, blogs, biographies and the food section of the paper. This blog is part public voice and part journal of my adventures. I’m so glad to have you along!

Please let me know your thoughts and questions as this blog grows…I’d love to hear from you!

vignettesfrommyfork@gmail.com

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