When you’re a Southern cook everyone thinks they know what you’re about. You bake your cornbread in a cast-iron skillet. Your kitchen is stocked with grits and greens and grease. You’re probably white or African-American, a churchgoer, a straight woman and a mother. And you learned at your own mother’s apron strings, never wanting to cook anything other than the foods of your own tradition.
More and more Southern cooks are chipping away at that stereotype, both in who they are and what they cook especially here at KasaGranda's. We're all so unique and different in our own ways that as a combined team we really offer a great ambiance.