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Photo: Fred Sauceman

Fred Sauceman with his segment "Season's Eatings".  Fred likes to remember people in the community with a story of their life along with a recipe from the family.  Some of the food memories he shares with us include: Alvin & Gracie York's Custard Pie, Joe & Janette Carter and the Carter Family Recipe for Chow Chow, and Glodine Davis's Famous Broccoli Casserole.  Fred lives in Johnson City, Tennessee and below are several links to his work.

Sunlight Makes it Sweeter, A Story of Sorghum - https://twitter.com/fredsauceman/status/623265566577438720
"What exactly is Appalachian Cuisine?"  http://www.etsu.edu/univrela/accent/2015/march/sauceman.aspx
Eating Appalachia with Fred Sauceman - http://gardenandgun.com/blog/eating-appalachia-fred-sauceman
Connect with Fred on Twitter: @FredSauceman and on Facebook


Mary Constantine, Food Editor for the Knoxville News Sentinel

Mary Constantine, Food Editor of the Knoxville News Sentinel has a weekly segment entitled "In the Kitchen".  Mary shares a recipe and a story with us every week.  Mary Constantine was born and raised in Knoxville, Tenn.  She has been employed by the Knoxville News Sentinel since 1979 where she currently serves as food/features writer.  We are so fortunate to have Mary join us as a weekly contributor at our Tennessee Farm Table!
Connect with Mary on Twitter @SkilletSister and on Facebook.
Here is a story from Mary about her life:
http://www.knoxnews.com/knoxville/life/steps-toward-family-news-sentinels-mary-constantine-shares-her-story-of-loss-and-its-silver_72438533


Jack Neely, Executive Director of the Knoxville History Project frequently shares stories on the Tennessee Farm Table about long lost, and long loved restaurants, foods, and unique dishes to Knoxville and the East Tennessee. Contact Jack directly through http://knoxvillehistoryproject.org/ 

Jack Neely, Executive Director of the Knoxville History Project and frequent contributor to the Tennessee Farm Table. Contact Jack http://knoxvillehistoryproject.org/

Jack Neely, Executive Director of the Knoxville History Project and frequent contributor to the Tennessee Farm Table. Contact Jack http://knoxvillehistoryproject.org/