Sorry Child, in the Iowa thread I got a list of Famous Iowans and his name pooped up. I googled Tennessee and found he went to the University of Iowa so maybe that's how he got into the Famous Iowans same way as Ronald Reagan who was a sportscaster for WHO in Des Moines before he went into acting.
You have more than managed to quell my dissatisfaction. An absolutely delightful apology. Thanks.
Child of the Light wrote:
I've always wondered why there haven't been more southern enterprisers to open southern-style resturants in northern areas. Grits and sweet tea? Those are absolutely delicious. Perhaps there are no southern enterprisers.
You will usually find restaurants that specialize in Southern cooking in big cities like Sylvia's or The Pink Teacup in NYC, Gladys' or Army & Lou's in Chicago. If there's a large Black population, it's more than likely that there will be several southern-style restaurants around.
Black people are hugely responsible for the spreading of southern culture; as well as the fundamental formation of southern culture-A far too often overlooked fact in today's South. Certainly the the pure, unadulterated hatred has been diluted, but not by the cause of one, particular white acknowledgement-The fact that black people's impact, culturally, on the South is too often over looked.