Welcome to our info page for Okracast, the SFA’s oral history podcast. Each month, we feature a different interview from our oral history archive in its entirety to share the stories behind the food. We’ll hear from pitmasters and soul food cooks, oystermen and bartenders, and more.
To access Okracast, visit our iTunes page.
Check back each month for new interviews or simply subscribe to Okracast on iTunes to make sure you don't miss an episode.
In addition to Okracast, our oral history podcast, we offer podcasts of special lectures from events and symposia. So in case you missed Jessica Harris talking about the Great Migration at an SFA dinner in NYC or Roy Blount, Jr.’s talk on food imagery in song from our 2009 symposium, they are accessible on our iTunes page, as well.
What’s a podcast? It’s an audio or video file available on the Internet that you can listen to or watch. If you have an iPod or other MP3 player, you can download podcasts and listen to them when it’s convenient – at the gym after the food-filled symposium, or in the car as you cruise the Tamale Trail. Don’t have a player? No worries. Podcasts can also be accessed on your computer using programs like iTunes or Windows Media Player.
Go here to visit the Southern Foodways Alliance on iTunes.