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José Andrés was born and raised in Spain and has brought his love of Spanish cuisine to successful restaurants in New York City and Washington DC. While he now has dozens of dining establishments in a host of different cities, what really sets him apart is the work he’s done with World Central Kitchen. Founded in 2010 in response to the devastating earthquake that hit Haiti, World Central Kitchen has gone on to feed survivors of hurricanes, tornadoes, and fires all around the world, as well as countless people traumatized by war. In this episode, José talks to Sid about the many kitchens of his childhood, how cooking for those in peril is both an act of relief and a chance to learn, and how longer tables are perhaps the closest thing to a perfect place on Earth. For more info visit: southernliving.com/biscuitsandjam Biscuits & Jam is produced by: Sid Evans - Editor-in-Chief, Southern Living Krissy Tiglias - GM, Southern Living Lottie Leymarie - Executive Producer Michael Onufrak - Audio Engineer/Producer Jeremiah McVay - Producer Jennifer Del Sole - Director of Audio Growth Strategy & Operations Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Southern Living is excited to announce the launch of Season 5 of Biscuits & Jam on February 20th, 2024 with chef José Andrés. Since 2020, Sid Evans, Editor-in-Chief of Southern Living has been interviewing Southern icons like Dolly Parton, Willie Nelson, Wynonna Judd, Darius Rucker, and more about their family traditions, meals that remind them of home, and of course, what it means to be Southern. Join him every Tuesday as he continues the conversation with some of the most interesting and influential Southerners around. Find us online at southernliving.com/biscuitsandjam Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Before he starred in Breaking Away or The Big Easy, Dennis Quaid was a kid from Houston, Texas, who grew up loving Elvis Presley and wanting to play rock and roll. His early success as an actor led him to a legendary career in movies, but he never gave up his musical ambitions. As the longtime frontman of Dennis Quaid & the Sharks, he’s built a reputation as a legitimate, high-energy rock star. Recently, though, he’s settled down in Nashville and produced an album called “Fallen: A Gospel Record For Sinners,” that reconciles his rediscovered faith with years of hard living and addiction.  For more info visit: southernliving.com/biscuitsandjam Biscuits & Jam is produced by: Sid Evans - Editor-in-Chief, Southern Living Krissy Tiglias - GM, Southern Living Lottie Leymarie - Executive Producer Michael Onufrak - Audio Engineer/Producer Jeremiah McVay - Producer Jennifer Del Sole-Director of Audio Growth Strategy & Operations Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Country star Thomas Rhett grew up in Valdosta, Georgia, with a father and grandfather who primed him to be a Bulldogs superfan. Meanwhile, his wife, Lauren Akins, bleeds the orange of the Tennessee Volunteers. Somehow they’ve managed to build a lasting romance and a loving family in spite of rooting for teams on opposite sides of the field. In this episode, they talk about where they grew up, how they came to love their favorite teams, and the one thing they can always agree on - Frito Pie.  For more info visit: southernliving.com/biscuitsandjam Biscuits & Jam is produced by: Sid Evans - Editor-in-Chief, Southern Living Krissy Tiglias - GM, Southern Living Lottie Leymarie - Executive Producer Michael Onufrak - Audio Engineer/Producer Jeremiah McVay - Producer Jennifer Del Sole-Director of Audio Growth Strategy & Operations Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On this episode, Sid Evans, Editor-in-Chief of Southern Living Magazine, chats with Hoda Kotb, one of the anchors of ‘The Today Show’ on NBC and an author. She was raised in West Virginia while visiting family in Egypt. Unfortunately, her father passed away while she was in college, which of course took an emotional toll, but the lessons she took from the experience has helped her to move through her life successfully. Before her time covering world events, she spent time as a local news reporter in various markets and, in more recent years, she’s also become an author. In fact, her time working in New Orleans local news led her to fall in love with the town, which recently led to a cover story in the April issue of Southern Living in which Hoda shares the best of her old hometown. For more info visit: southernliving.com/biscuitsandjam Biscuits & Jam is produced by: Sid Evans - Editor-in-Chief, Southern Living Krissy Tiglias - GM, Southern Living Lottie Leymarie - Executive Producer Michael Onufrak - Audio Engineer/Producer Jeremiah McVay - Producer Jennifer Del Sole-Director of Audio Growth Strategy & Operations Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On this episode, Sid Evans, Editor-in-Chief of Southern Living Magazine, chats with Ruston Kelly,  a singer-songwriter with a remarkable talent for channeling his life experiences into his music. Born in South Carolina, he moved all over with his family, eventually ending up in Belgium before he moved to Nashville to start his career. But before that, he pursued a figure skating dream that left him feeling alone, but also led him to writing songs. Since then, he’s struggled with addiction and was married to one of the most famous women in the music business, Kacey Musgraves. But most recently, he moved away from Nashville to spend the pandemic working on a historic house as he also wrote his new album, The Weakness. For more info visit: southernliving.com/biscuitsandjam Biscuits & Jam is produced by: Sid Evans - Editor-in-Chief, Southern Living Krissy Tiglias - GM, Southern Living Lottie Leymarie - Executive Producer Michael Onufrak - Audio Engineer/Producer Jeremiah McVay - Script Editor Jennifer Del Sole-Director of Audio Growth Strategy & Operations Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On this episode, Sid Evans, Editor-in-Chief of Southern Living Magazine, revisits some of his favorite conversations about the holidays from Season 4. You’ll hear stories from  Jason Isbell, Miranda Lambert, Wynonna Judd, and more! For more info visit: southernliving.com/biscuitsandjam Biscuits & Jam is produced by: Sid Evans - Editor-in-Chief, Southern Living Krissy Tiglias - GM, Southern Living Lottie Leymarie - Executive Producer Michael Onufrak - Audio Engineer/Producer Jeremiah McVay - Producer Jennifer Del Sole-Director of Audio Growth Strategy & Operations Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Back in 1982, Emeril Lagasse famously took over from Paul Prudhomme as executive chef at Commander’s Palace in New Orleans, and after an incredible run there he decided to open his own place, Emeril’s, in 1990. Now, more than three decades on, his son EJ, at age 21, is chef patron, revisiting dishes his father made famous and updating them with his own unique spin. We’ll talk about all that, as well as the magic of New Orleans, their over-the-top holiday food traditions, the ways their Portuguese heritage informs their work, and how Emeril is teaching a new generation about the power of food. For more info visit: southernliving.com/biscuitsandjam Biscuits & Jam is produced by: Sid Evans - Editor-in-Chief, Southern Living Krissy Tiglias - GM, Southern Living Lottie Leymarie - Executive Producer Michael Onufrak - Audio Engineer/Producer Jeremiah McVay - Producer Jennifer Del Sole-Director of Audio Growth Strategy & Operations Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Brent Cobb grew up in Ellaville, Georgia, where he was encouraged by his parents – especially his songwriting father – to pick up a guitar. Following the advice of Luke Bryan, he moved to Nashville, where he used his talent to write hit songs for everyone from Kenny Chesney to Miranda Lambert, but now he’s known as a Grammy-nominated artist and performer all his own. In 2022, he produced a gospel record based on a lot of the music he grew up with in the Baptist church. And now his latest album, Southern Star, stands as a tribute to both his small-town Georgia roots and the people he’s lost. For more info visit: southernliving.com/biscuitsandjam Biscuits & Jam is produced by: Sid Evans - Editor-in-Chief, Southern Living Krissy Tiglias - GM, Southern Living Lottie Leymarie - Executive Producer Michael Onufrak - Audio Engineer/Producer Jeremiah McVay - Producer Jennifer Del Sole-Director of Audio Growth Strategy & Operations Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Bethany Joy Lenz was born in Florida and grew up in Texas, which is where she first got involved in the performing arts, carrying on a tradition she inherited from her grandparents. Her family eventually headed to New Jersey, where her Southerness drew the wrong kind of attention from some of the girls in her class, but she made it through the experience and eventually landed on the hit TV show One Tree Hill. Now Joy is living in Nashville, writing and performing music, editing a publication called Modern Vintage, and hosting a podcast with her One Tree Hill co-stars called Drama Queens. If that’s not enough, she’s starring in the new Hallmark Original Movie, A Biltmore Christmas, which is based on a trip back in time to the famous North Carolina estate, and she’s working on a book about her years spent in a strange cult. For more info visit: southernliving.com/biscuitsandjam Biscuits & Jam is produced by: Sid Evans - Editor-in-Chief, Southern Living Krissy Tiglias - GM, Southern Living Lottie Leymarie - Executive Producer Michael Onufrak - Audio Engineer/Producer Jeremiah McVay - Producer Jennifer Del Sole-Director of Audio Growth Strategy & Operations Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this week’s episode, Sid Evans, Editor-in-Chief of Southern Living Magazine, chats with Miranda Lambert, a woman who’s fearlessly blazed her own path through country music. Growing up in small town Texas, where there were seemingly more churches than people, she encountered every aspect of life thanks to her supportive parents and family. Her loving parents were private investigators and often opened their home to clients and other people in need – especially women who needed a safe place to escape to. And these encounters provided inspiration for much of the world weary songwriting that may have sometimes outpaced her own lived experience early in her career. But while she’s been standing firmly on her own two feet for a while now, she still has an impressive intergenerational support system of women who back up her confidence and now she’s got a cookbook that pays homage to them. For more info visit: southernliving.com/biscuitsandjam Biscuits & Jam is produced by: Sid Evans - Editor-in-Chief, Southern Living Krissy Tiglias - GM, Southern Living Lottie Leymarie - Executive Producer Michael Onufrak - Audio Engineer/Producer Jeremiah McVay - Producer Jennifer Del Sole-Director of Audio Growth Strategy & Operations Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Dolly Parton was last on the show back in 2020 at the height of the pandemic, and we talked on the phone about her Christmas traditions, her childhood in East Tennessee, and her incredible work getting millions of kids to read through the Imagination Library. This time I got to sit down with her in person at her studio outside of Nashville, and she hasn’t slowed down one bit. She told me all about her lastest album, “Rockstar,” which features 30 rock and roll classics, from covers like Prince’s “Purple Rain” and Bob Seger’s “Night Moves,” to some powerful new Dolly Parton originals. She’s also just released a new book called Behind the Seams: My Life in Rhinestones, which documents more than six decades of outfits, costumes, and iconic looks from a career in the spotlight. For more info visit: southernliving.com/biscuitsandjam Biscuits & Jam is produced by: Sid Evans - Editor-in-Chief, Southern Living Krissy Tiglias - GM, Southern Living Lottie Leymarie - Executive Producer Michael Onufrak - Audio Engineer/Producer Jeremiah McVay - Producer Jennifer Del Sole-Director of Audio Growth Strategy & Operations Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Andrew Zimmern grew up in New York City, where he learned his love of food from traveling with his parents and spending weekends with his grandmother. He got his first job in a restaurant on Long Island at age 14, and after some difficult years with substance abuse, he eventually moved to Minnesota, where he got sober and gained attention as a chef, radio host, writer, and television personality. In 2006, he started hosting Bizarre Foods on the Travel Channel, which earned him four James Beard Awards and made him one of the most successful hosts in the history of Food TV. For more info visit: southernliving.com/biscuitsandjam Biscuits & Jam is produced by: Sid Evans - Editor-in-Chief, Southern Living Krissy Tiglias - GM, Southern Living Lottie Leymarie - Executive Producer Michael Onufrak - Audio Engineer/Producer Jeremiah McVay - Producer Jennifer Del Sole-Director of Audio Growth Strategy & Operations Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Wynonna Judd was one half of one of the most famous duos in country music history, and she’s also been plenty successful out on her own. She was last on the show nearly three years ago, back during the height of the pandemic, and a lot has happened since then. On April 30th, 2022, the day before the Judds were inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame, she lost her mother, Naomi, to suicide, an event that upended her life and shook the world of country to its core. But Wynonna is back on her feet, and she’s dealt with the emotional turmoil of that event by reconnecting with her fans and focusing on her music. She also talks about becoming a grandmother and shares a little bit of a brand new song. This episode includes mentions of suicide. If you or someone you know may be having thoughts of suicide, please consider reaching out to a suicide or crisis lifeline. In the United States, you can dial 988 for help. For more info visit: southernliving.com/biscuitsandjam Biscuits & Jam is produced by: Sid Evans - Editor-in-Chief, Southern Living Krissy Tiglias - GM, Southern Living Lottie Leymarie - Executive Producer Michael Onufrak - Audio Engineer/Producer Jeremiah McVay - Producer Jennifer Del Sole-Director of Audio Growth Strategy & Operations Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Lucinda Williams was born in Lake Charles, Louisiana, a place she would memorialize in one her most famous songs. But she didn’t stay there for long, moving with her folks to a string of college towns where her father taught poetry and literature. Her peripatetic life and her mother’s mental illness led to a sometimes difficult childhood, but music gave her an outlet, and her raw, honest lyrics have made her one of the most celebrated singer-songwriters to ever come out of the South. Despite three Grammy’s and countless other awards, she’s never fit neatly into any particular genre, and she never wanted to. Now she has a new memoir called Don’t Tell Anybody the Secrets I Told You, and a new album called “Stories From a Rock and Roll Heart” – her first since having a stroke back in 2020. For more info visit: southernliving.com/biscuitsandjam Biscuits & Jam is produced by: Sid Evans - Editor-in-Chief, Southern Living Krissy Tiglias - GM, Southern Living Lottie Leymarie - Executive Producer Michael Onufrak - Audio Engineer/Producer Jeremiah McVay - Producer Jennifer Del Sole-Director of Audio Growth Strategy & Operations Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Since 2016, Erin Napier and her husband Ben have starred in the hit TV show, “Home Town,” where they renovate historic properties in and around Laurel, Mississippi. Last year I talked to the couple about renovating a place in the country where their daughters could spend more time outdoors. Now, Erin is channeling her passion for old homes into a personal new book called Heirloom Rooms. Just like the author, the book is down to earth, full of stories, very thoughtful, and totally unpretentious. For more info visit: southernliving.com/biscuitsandjam Biscuits & Jam is produced by: Sid Evans - Editor-in-Chief, Southern Living Krissy Tiglias - GM, Southern Living Lottie Leymarie - Executive Producer Michael Onufrak - Audio Engineer/Producer Jeremiah McVay - Producer Jennifer Del Sole-Director of Audio Growth Strategy & Operations Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Megan and Rebecca Lovell grew up in Calhoun Georgia with music all around them, though they were the first in their family to play professionally. They began their career performing a lot of acoustic bluegrass music as The Lovell Sisters, but since 2010 they’ve been the driving force behind the blues and rock-oriented Larkin Poe. Both have become known for their musicianship, their energetic shows, and a fierce independent streak that comes through in everything they do. For more info visit: southernliving.com/biscuitsandjam Biscuits & Jam is produced by: Sid Evans - Editor-in-Chief, Southern Living Krissy Tiglias - GM, Southern Living Lottie Leymarie - Executive Producer Michael Onufrak - Audio Engineer/Producer Jeremiah McVay - Producer Jennifer Del Sole-Director of Audio Growth Strategy & Operations Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this week’s episode, Sid Evans, Editor-in-Chief of Southern Living Magazine, chats with Jason Isbell, a four-time Grammy-Award-winner who’s known as one of the best songwriters of his generation. Jason Isbell was born to parents who were still teenagers in a small town in North Alabama, and as a result he spent a lot of time with his grandfather, who was a Pentecostal preacher and a guitar player. By high school he was immersed in the music culture of Muscle Shoals, and in his early 20s he was playing to sold out crowds with the Drive By Truckers. As a solo artist, Isbell has become known as a poet of the rural South who’s not afraid to speak his mind. Now he’s got a terrific new album called ‘Weathervanes,’ a collection of songs that continue his tradition of storytelling with an edge. He’ll also discuss his grandmother’s cornbread, how to ring a chicken’s neck, and his experience as an actor in Martin Scorsese’s upcoming movie, ‘Killers of the Flower Moon.’ For more info visit: southernliving.com/biscuitsandjam Biscuits & Jam is produced by: Sid Evans - Editor-in-Chief, Southern Living Krissy Tiglias - GM, Southern Living Lottie Leymarie - Executive Producer Michael Onufrak - Audio Engineer/Producer Jeremiah McVay - Script Editor Jennifer Del Sole-Director of Audio Growth Strategy & Operations Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Billy Reid was born and raised in Amite, Louisiana, but he’s called Florence, Alabama, home for more than 20 years now. It’s there that he opened his first shop, which was designed to feel like a Southern home, much in the way his mother had done with her own clothing store years before. Since then, Billy has opened his eponymous stores all over the South and beyond, filling them with antiques, family photographs, great music, and his distinctive brand of Southern hospitality. For more info visit: southernliving.com/biscuitsandjam Biscuits & Jam is produced by: Sid Evans - Editor-in-Chief, Southern Living Krissy Tiglias - GM, Southern Living Lottie Leymarie - Executive Producer Michael Onufrak - Audio Engineer/Producer Jeremiah McVay - Producer Jennifer Del Sole-Director of Audio Growth Strategy & Operations Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Jen Hatmaker grew up with a father who was a pastor in the Baptist church, moving the family from Kansas to a series of small Southern towns. For a long time, though, she’s been a diehard Texan, which is very evident not only in the food she loves but also in her fierce independent streak. Her new cookbook, Feed These People, breaks just about every rule and tradition you’ve ever seen in a cookbook - from the ingredients to the directions to the occasional curse word - but that’s what makes it fun. For more info visit: southernliving.com/biscuitsandjam Biscuits & Jam is produced by: Sid Evans - Editor-in-Chief, Southern Living Krissy Tiglias - GM, Southern Living Lottie Leymarie - Executive Producer Michael Onufrak - Audio Engineer/Producer Jeremiah McVay - Producer Jennifer Del Sole-Director of Audio Growth Strategy & Operations Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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