Links to articles written by Chef Virginia Willis

Mastering Fried Chicken with Rebecca Lang for Simply Recipes

AJC – New Year, New You

Did Slave Labor Catch Your Catfish? USA Today

A Beginner’s Guide to Canning,

9 Things You Need to Know before Canning,

AJC -Honey Ginger Spice Bread is the perfect twist on French gingerbread

How a Family of Greeks Ended Up with an Iconic Italian Restaurant in the Deep South, Bon Appétit

Try a Little Tenderness, Weight Watchers

Southern Thanksgiving, Weight Watchers

Make these 3 simple, beautiful holiday cookies from Virginia Willis for your holiday cookie swap, Southern Kitchen

Virginia Willis’ Buttermilk Biscuits, Southern Kitchen

Here’s how to throw a soup swap party with help from Virginia Willis, Southern Kitchen

Put ’em up: Virginia Willis tells us how to throw a preserving party, Southern Kitchen

Labor Day, throw a grilled gumbo party with help from Virginia Willis, Southern Kitchen

Who Is Watching Over Our Seafood, World Eats Digest

How Southerners Use All That Summer Squash, Southern Living

Trade Kale for Collards, Southern Living

Mother’s Day – Virginia Willis’ story of love, family and biscuits, Southern Kitchen

Why Blueberries are Southern Gems, Southern Living

Why We Appreciate the Easy, Healthy, Messy Beet, Southern Living

Three Easy Ideas for Okra, Southern Living

Things You Never Knew Your Slow Cooker Could Do, Weight Watchers

Strike Oil, All Recipes

Why This Food Writer Wears Many Hats, Dianne Jacob

Ode to Okra, Southern Foodways

Virginia Willis Spills the Beans (and Peas), Southern Foodways

One Tomato, Two Tomato, Southern Foodways

Ears to you, summer corn!, Eatocracy

Virginia Willis Screams for Homemade Ice Cream, Southern Foodways

How to Make Hoppin’ John, Fine Cooking

40 Years of Atlanta Food, Creative Loafing

For Easter, tart it up, Washington Post

Shrimp & Grits, Taste of Tradition

“40 Years of Atlanta Food”, Creative Loafing

“What a Dame!”, Charleston Magazine

“Lighten Up Summer”, Eating Well

“Virginia Willis’s Easter Dinner”, Country Living

“Taste of Tradition: Blackberries and Buzzard Lopes”, Taste of the South Magazine

“5 Things Cooking Has Taught Me About Life”, Edible Metro & Mountains

“Fresh Food: Spring (April-June)”, Edible Metro & Mountains

“Easy Slow Cooker Beef Stew”,

“Taste of Tradition: Slaw “, Taste of the South Magazine

“Sweet Georgia Peaches “, Eating Well

“Bakewise”, Taste of the South Magazine

“Tastemakers: Atlanta”, Taste of the South Magazine

“Make Super Foods Work for You”, Restaurant Hospitality

“Country Roads & Deep Roots”, Columbia County

“Sweet Traditions {Old Friends}”, Atlanta Journal Constitution

“Some Like it Hot: Mustard Magic”Flavors

Anne Willian: Chef Profile,

“Anne Willan: The La Varenne Way”Flavors

“A Canned Illusion: Food Television”, The Wine Report