Southern cuisine is unique to America. It’s a combination of hard-scrabble lives, cooking what no one else would eat, and living off the land. How else do you explain mustard greens, fried chicken livers and fatback? But it’s more than food. It’s history, it’s connections, it’s comfort. And, most of all, it’s stories. Stories told around the dinner table, at the bar, on a picnic or after a ballgame.