Columbus’ Big Helping of Southern Cookin’

Collard Greens

The following is an excerpt from a business profile I wrote some years ago for Business First. I’ve reprinted it here for any foodies out there!

In his book, “Side Orders: Small Helpings of Southern Cookery & Culture,” food writer John Egerton paints Southern cooking with a palette of Creole, Cajun, country and soul. Glory Foods sought to capture the slow-cooked flavors of traditional Southern recipes and serve canned products fully seasoned with onions, garlic, spices and smoked ham flavor. Turnip greens, okra, collard greens, black-eyed peas, green beans and the flavor of smoked ham – “the crown jewels of the Southern kitchen” according to Egerton – are among Glory Foods’ growing line of culinary gems.

Read more @ Glory Foods Business Profile – Business First of Columbus.

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One response to “Columbus’ Big Helping of Southern Cookin’

  1. Joan Henley

    Thanks, Pamela. Great to see local businesses promoted locally.

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