Jackson County resident Wesley Stork learned to fish from his father during the 1930s. He recalls the back-breaking work and how his father caught and sold terrapins to make ends meet.
In 1948 Stork began working for Clark Seafood. He recounts his 39 years with the company and how changing laws affected the industry.
Growing up in Jamaica, Raymond Brown learned to cook traditional island foods from his mother. He recalls his decision to open a Caribbean-style restaurant in Biloxi.
Offering a wide variety of Caribbean foods in his restaurant, Brown explains how he combines traditional island recipes with Southern style. He uses fresh ingredients and traditional cooking techniques to assure his customers guilt-free dining.