Food is creativity for rural southerners. The raw ingredients are there at hand. There is instant gratification for both the cook and the recipients of her bounty. Food is the language everybody speaks and understands. Discovering the hidden culinary gems of Rural Southwest Alabama is an adventure in itself. This is a sampler of the […]Read more
Carolyn’s Restaurant (334) 963-4441 4833 Broad Street Pine Hill, AL 36769 Southern Seafood & Steakhouse 40 Camden Bypass Camden, AL 36726 (334) 682-9805 Hunters Run Pub & Grill 43 Camden Bypass Camden, AL 36726 (334)682-5037 Ms. Kitty’s Restaurant 101 Union Street Camden, AL 36726 (334) 682-4665 Jackson’s Fried Chicken 231 Claiborne Street Camden, AL 36726 […]Read more
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Ezell’s (Lavaca) – Famous catfish for generations. Listed in 100 Places to Eat Before You Die for their hushpuppies. Fried dill pickles and blooming onions are good. Their coleslaw is the local standard for good slaw. Located on the river in a 200 year old log cabin as the central building. Walls are covered with stuffed game heads.
The Alabama Rural Heritage Center is located on Hwy 25 in Thomaston. It is located in a building designed by the famous Auburn Rural Studio. This building was the former Home Economics Building of Marengo County High School. It houses an art gallery featuring Alabama Artists. There is a Pepper Jelly Wall leading into the […]Read more
Conecuh hickory smoked products began back in 1947. A lot of preparation goes into producing the delicious smoked sausage, bacon, ham and turkeys. Only the best quality meats have been chosen. Those quality meats have been prepared with a patented blend of seasonings. They are then smoked over a pure hickory fire for that True […]Read more