The Southernmost Part of Heaven: Richard Hatch ’82
Putting Italy in a Jar: Neal McTighe ’07
A Kitchen of Many Flavors: Lee Comer ’97
A Country Ham Legacy: Susan Massey ’76 and R.J. Goad ’70 (JD)
Good Food for the Common…
Lily Rolader ’15 faced a classic chicken-or-egg conundrum.
The grocery store in the low-income Westside neighborhood in her hometown of Atlanta stocked few fresh fruits and vegetables; the owner said there wasn’t demand for them.
Fresh biscuits, fried apples and country ham smell like heaven to Susan Massey ’76.
Her father, Ray Goad Sr., was a restaurant entrepreneur whose menus featured country ham. Tapping that heritage, Massey and brother R.J. Goad ’70 (JD)…
Neal McTighe ’07 (PhD) jiggered the three pots of simmering pasta sauce so they all would fit on the four burners of the little stove in the apartment where he lived in 2011. He wore goggles, gloves and a net over his hair as he stirred and…