Collecting Southern Menus for a Museum Elizabeth Williams, director of the soon-to-be-opened Southern Food and Beverage Museum, has collected menus from restaurants, roadside stands and Sweet 16 parties from all across the South. She says there's more to southern cooking than barbecue and greens.
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Collecting Southern Menus for a Museum

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Collecting Southern Menus for a Museum

Collecting Southern Menus for a Museum

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Elizabeth Williams, director of the soon-to-be-opened Southern Food and Beverage Museum, has collected menus from restaurants, roadside stands and Sweet 16 parties from all across the South. She tells Andrea Seabrook there's more to southern cooking than barbecue and greens. Anyone for chitlins dipped in honey?