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Kathy Boswell blends culinary expertise with southern history in new educational series “The Southern Culture Club”

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By:  E.Z. Smith IV

GasHouse Media is delighted to announce its exciting collaboration with Kathy Boswell, a distinguished former corporate real estate professional, in the debut of the captivating new series, “The Southern Culture Club.” This partnership represents a dynamic fusion of talents and passions aimed at preserving and celebrating the rich heritage of Southern Culture, Cuisine & History.

Gastonia, North Carolina – March 3, 2024 – Transitioning from a successful corporate real estate career, Kathy Boswell found a new calling in the preservation of Southern history and traditions. Fueled by her love for cooking, travel, and history, Kathy embarked on a mission to safeguard the disappearing stories and culinary legacies of the South. Thus, “The Southern Culture Club” was born—a platform dedicated to celebrating the diverse narratives and culinary heritage of the region.

“The Southern Culture Club” is more than just a cooking show; it’s a journey through time—an opportunity to unearth the untold stories and experiences that shape Southern identity. Each episode delves into the heart of Southern culture, exploring the history, people, and traditions behind beloved Southern dishes.

“Our aspiration is to explore and share recipes, meet people, and learn about their connecting experiences,” says Kathy Boswell. “These connections may be found in simple or small ways, but they provide a great view of our history, understanding the who, what, and why, and joining together in celebrating our heritage.”

The series promises to captivate audiences with its unique blend of culinary exploration and storytelling. Viewers can expect to embark on a culinary odyssey unlike any other—a journey that transcends recipes to delve into the heart of Southern culture.

“The Southern Culture Club” stands out as a beacon of authenticity, delving into the essence of Southern culture through its exploration of food, stories, and the people behind them. This series is not merely about recipes; it’s about uncovering the soulful tales woven into every dish and connecting with the individuals who embody Southern tradition.

“Our target audience encompasses individuals who share a passion for stories, food, and the intricacies of history,” explains Boswell. “From seasoned food enthusiasts to avid historians, ‘The Southern Culture Club’ offers a captivating journey into the heart of Southern heritage.”

GasHouse Media is proud to join forces with Kathy in bringing “The Southern Culture Club” to audiences worldwide. Together, we invite you to savor the flavors, embrace the stories, and embark on an unforgettable journey through the heart of the South.

For more information about “The Southern Culture Club,” please visit The Southern Culture Club 

Contact:

GasHouse Media
Phone: (980) 521-9155
Email: info@gashousemedia.com

About Kathy Boswell:

Kathy Boswell is a culinary historian and the founder of “The Southern Culture Club.” With a background in corporate real estate, Kathy brings a unique perspective to her exploration of Southern culture, blending her passion for cooking, travel, and history to preserve and celebrate the rich heritage of the South.

About “The Southern Culture Club”:

“The Southern Culture Club” is a groundbreaking series that celebrates the diverse narratives and culinary heritage of the Southern United States. Through a unique blend of culinary exploration and storytelling, the series offers viewers an immersive journey into the heart of Southern culture, uncovering the history, people, and traditions behind beloved Southern dishes.

About GasHouse Media:

GasHouse Media is a leading multimedia production company dedicated to creating captivating content that inspires, entertains, and educates audiences worldwide.

 

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