Category Archives: Diaspora Food Culture

Toledo Blade

http://m.toledoblade.com/Food/2015/03/24/Soul.html Recipes from the real Koshersoul! Enjoy! Thanks to Rose Russell from the Toledo Blade for bringing my recipes and story to life!  Happy Pesach!

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‘Kiss me, I’m Irish’ took on a new meaning when DNA proved that I was | Michael Twitty | Comment is free | The Guardian

http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2015/mar/17/irish-african-american-dna-tests?CMP=share_btn_tw&utm_content=bufferad2eb&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter.com&utm_campaign=buffer Happy #StPatricksDay !

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Talking ‘Southern Discomfort': Foodcast with Michael Twitty | MUNCHIES

http://munchies.vice.com/videos/talking-southern-discomfort-foodcast-with-michael-twitty The podcast prequel to the article.. enjoy and feel free to share–it’s free and it helps spread the message!  Take a listen and a watch! Special thanks again to Helen Hollyman!

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Mouth Full Of South: The Black Culinary Historian Who Recreates the Antebellum Kitchen | MUNCHIES

http://munchies.vice.com/articles/mouth-full-of-south?utm_source=munchiestwitterus Fresh off the pages of Vice!!–both print and blog media. Many thanks to Helen Hollyman, Mike Moore, Elliott Moss and the great Jeff Bannister and the people of Asheville, North Carolina! Feel free to share!

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Soul Foodies to Watch: Charla Draper

Charla L. Draper        Title: Food Consultant, owner of It’s Food Biz! ™.  It’s Food Biz! ™ provides marketing services promoting food and food related products. Location: Chicago, IL 1. What’s your food vision for (African America) in 2015? … Continue reading

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Wild Game Butchering The Way Our Ancestors Did in Plantation Days

I asked my colleague Chef Harold Caldwell to write about the process of butchering wild game in the colonial and antebellum periods.  This is a real treat full of detail about how our Ancestors survived. Our forefathers and foremothers made … Continue reading

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Soul Foodies to Watch: Adrian Miller

Our Soul Foodie to Watch is Adrian Miller, author of 2014 James Beard Award winner for reference,  Soul Food: The Surprising Story of an American Cuisine.  (UNC Press 2013) 1. What’s your food vision for (African America) in 2015? What … Continue reading

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