Celebrating the decades of work of Jessica B. Harris, a phenomenal author who chronicles the history of Black food culture.
There’s been this one thing that has been nagging at me ever since I first saw it, about a year ago: But a study published Tuesday in The Journal of…
“…to explain why so much of what we believe about our cultural foodways is pure crap. Starting with the belief that soul food made us fat.”
The story of Hercules, the “top hat and tails” chef of President George Washington, and his plan for freedom.
On the history of “scraps” in Black cuisine, and why we should embrace it more now.