Recipe courtesy of Latoya Rivers Photography by Chia Chong Styled by Libbie Summers Still Grandmother’s pecan pie, just a little hipper. The New Pecan Pie Ingredients: 1/2 cup light corn syrup 1/2 cup […]
Recipe by Lula Mae Gibson and her Granddaughter Libbie Summers Photography by Chia Chong Styled by Libbie Summers, katherine sandoz, Brooke Atwood and Andrea Goto Models: Latoya Rivers and Matilda Rivers A little less […]
A little less sugar than my Grandmother Lula Mae’s pie, but still packed with the same amount of love…and flavor.
Still Grandmother’s pecan pie, just a little hipper.
Meet Latoya Rivers, during our photo shoot with her, we styled her a couple of different ways. Can you find all the differences?
Latoya Rivers makes a living from her family recipes. At Café Florie, the organic soul food restaurant she runs with her cousin Theo, she continues the tradition of family-owned restaurants using recipes from generations past. In this podcast, Brenda Anderson takes a minute to sit down with the beautiful Latoya Rivers. Her voice is as thoughtful as her menu. Listen Up, you’ll love her giggle.
I grew up eating what was served to me. No one ever asked what I wanted, or offered an alternative to the salmon flopped on my plate flesh-side up, all pink and wet. Mom would leave the scales on the opposite side, so I’d have to flip it and slowly peel back its shiny, slithery coat. I’d curl my lip and wince.
Written on a one-ply napkin, whispered in an eager young ear or four hands working together on a shaky kitchen table. This week on Salted and Styled, we are inspired by the treasured family recipes that are secretly passed from generation to generation.
This week on Simmer Down Brenda and Libbie introduce you to five people who are teaching us the new “old way” to eat. Listen to what you have to look forward to in the next several weeks on Salted and Styled. Fantastic recipes, the incredible photography by Chia Chong, artwork, fashion and profiles on each person featured here and in Savannah Magazine’s Epicurean issue.