The Second Annual New South Family Supper Hosted By Anne Quatrano And Clifford Harrison

A collection of the region’s most innovative chefs celebrate a progressive South on April 6 at Anne Quatrano and Clifford Harrison’s Summerland Farm

The Second Annual New South Family Supper Hosted By Anne Quatrano And Clifford HarrisonOn Sunday, April 6, chef-owners Anne Quatrano and Clifford Harrison—co-owners of Bacchanalia, Quinones at Bacchanalia, Star Provisions, Floataway Cafe and Abattoir in Atlanta—will bring together some of the South’s most thoughtful chefs and artisans to their home at Summerland Farm for the second annual New South Family Supper. The event honors a progressive South, respectful of the past, but keen on a diverse and inclusive future. This year’s communal meal will honor Southern cuisine and its future preservation.

Cookery in this region has long leveraged the past. In the NEW SOUTH, chefs and artisans also foretell the future. Through canning, curing and fermenting, they are preserving the future of Southern cuisine. These processes, combined with new-age, innovative techniques, pay tribute to the region’s deep roots while continuously moving the South’s culinary landscape forward.

The New South Family Supper showcases current Southern chefs including:

  • David A. Carson, Bacchanalia, Atlanta, GA
  • Dorothy Copenhaver, Bacchanalia, Atlanta, GA
  • Justin Devillier, La Petite Grocery, New Orleans, LA
  • Lisa Donovan, Husk, Nashville, TN
  • Ford Fry, The Optimist, King + Duke, St. Cecilia, JCT. Kitchen, No. 246, Atlanta, GA
  • Kevin Gillespie, Gunshow, Atlanta, GA
  • Asha Gomez, Cardamom Hill, Atlanta, GA
  • Lee Gregory, The Roosevelt, Richmond, VA
  • Eddie Hernandez, Taqueria del Sol, Atlanta, GA
  • Linton Hopkins and Jason Paolini, Restaurant Eugene, Holeman & Finch Public House, H&F Bread Co., H&F Bottle Shop, Atlanta, GA
  • Sonya Jones, Sweet Auburn Bread Company, Atlanta, GA
  • Phoebe Lawless, Scratch, Durham, NC
  • Edward Lee, 610 Magnolia, Louisville, KY
  • Matt McClure, The Hive, Bentonville, AR
  • Duane Nutter, One Flew South, Atlanta, GA
  • Todd Richards, The Shed, Atlanta, GA
  • Steven Satterfield, Miller Union, Atlanta, GA
  • Carla Tomasko, Bacchanalia, Atlanta, GA
  • Michelle Weaver, Charleston Grill, Charleston, SC
  • Tandy Wilson, City House, Nashville, TN

The Second Annual New South Family Supper Hosted By Anne Quatrano And Clifford HarrisonThe evening’s preservers, curers and artisans include:

  • Seth Cripe, Anna Maria Fish Company, Anna Maria, FL
  • Sam Edwards, Surryano Ham, Surry, VA
  • Matt Jamie, Bourbon Barrel Foods, Louisville, KY
  • Jeremy and Jessica Little, Sweet Grass Dairy, Thomasville, GA
  • April McGreger, Farmer’s Daughter, Hillsborough, NC
  • Martha McMillan, Preserving Place, Atlanta, GA
  • Nick Melvin, Doux South: Organic Pickles, Atlanta, GA
  • Brooks Reitz, Jack Rudy Cocktail Co., Charleston, SC
  • Judy Schad, Capriole Farms, Greenville, IN
  • Lewis Shuckman, Shuckman’s Fish Co. and Smokery, KY
  • Rebecca and Ross Williams, Many Fold Farm, Palmetto, GA

Beverages will be provided by:

  • Tiffanie Barriere, One Flew South, Atlanta, GA
  • Jerry Slater, H. Harper Station, Atlanta, GA

Tickets for the dinner are $250 per person and can be purchased online. Proceeds from the evening benefit the Southern Foodways Alliance (SFA), an institute of the Center for the Study of the Southern Culture at the University of Mississippi. Through documentary, classroom and outreach initiatives, SFA sets a common table where black and white, rich and poor — all who gather– may consider our history and our future in a spirit of reconciliation. For more information on the New South Family Supper and to purchase tickets, please visit

Where: Summerland Farm
Cartersville, GA

When: April 6, 2014 at 4:30 pm

The Southern Foodways Alliance documents, studies, and celebrates the diverse food cultures of the changing American South. A member-supported non-profit, based at the University of Mississippi, the SFA stages symposia on food culture, produces documentary films, collects oral histories, and publishes compendiums of great writing. For more information please visit and follow SFA on Twitter.