Writings

Susan Rebecca White talks foodies, religion, and her latest novel

Susan Rebecca White’s third novel, A Place at the Table, is a character-driven story of souls lost and found, inspired by the cross-generational, cross-racial friendship of two renowned Southern chefs, the late Edna Lewis and longtime Atlantan Scott Peacock. Over iced coffee at Dancing Goats Coffee Bar in Decatur, White talked about cooking, writing, teaching, and finding a place to belong.
Atlanta Magazine

Susan Rebecca White’s Poached Egg with Greens and Cornbread Croutons

A recipe from Susan Rebecca White, author of “A Place at the Table” and other novels
Atlanta Magazine

Essay: Take the Spotlight off Paula Deen and Turn Here Instead

If we really want to turn this public scandal into an opportunity for growth, we should take the spotlight off Ms. Deen. Turn away from the tearful confessionals and interviews. There are better southern cooks, like Edna Lewis, more deserving of our attention. Look toward them.
Huffpost

Restaurant Review: Lusca

Angus Brown and Nhan Le’s new restaurant brings an East Atlanta vibe to Buckhead.
Atlanta Magazine