Whether it’s your spirit, body, or soul (or the trifecta) that needs nourishment, Elisha Williamson has you covered. The appetizers, fried green tomatoes and hot water cornbread, were enough to transport us back to our grandmother’s rural Cherokee County kitchen, but the battered and fried pork chop, with field peas, fried okra, and mac and cheese brought it all home. The laid-back atmosphere and friendly wait staff, (including Elisha’s daughters Shenika and Anita Jackson), adds to the warmth and comfort of this Marshall favorite. Elisha offers a fine variety of salads for the veggie inclined and is happy to dish up all-vegetarian plates. The smoked maple bourbon ice cream with a wafer cone was a dessert to die for, and our friends  devoured the fried-peach pie and the strawberry funnel cake.