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Watch: Fried Catfish and Hushpuppies Reign Supreme at Carolina Fish Camps

A Southern tradition that’s endured since the 1940s Every Southerner has likely eaten their fair share of fried catfish and hushpuppies, but where did that time-honored pairing originate? The answer, as provided by the Southern Foodways Alliance in this film, is Carolina fish camps: simple, family-friendly restaurants catering to blue-collar workers with generous portions of fried fish alongside the essential trinity of hushpuppies, coleslaw, and french fries (washed down with plenty of sweet tea, of course).
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