From The Historical Epicurean.Com: African-American influences in American Cuisine: Harvest Festival at North Carolina’s, Stagville | THE HISTORICAL EPICUREAN

http://thehistoricalepicurean.com/2013/09/12/african-american-influences-in-american-cuisine-harvest-festival-at-north-carolinas-stagville/

What a fantastic blog piece reflecting the views and takeaways of two esteemed visitors.  Thank you Sabrina and Derrick (@about_bbq on Twitter) for great pics and a full treatment of what we worked to do.  Many thanks for a terrific assessment. Y’all come back for more! (Below photos courtesy of Jasper Colt. @kidcolt on Twitter)

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About michaelwtwitty

I am a Judaics teacher and Culinary Historian focusing on the foodways of Africa, enslaved African Americans, African America and the African and Jewish diasporas.
This entry was posted in African American Food History, African Food Culture, Diaspora Food Culture, Events and Appearances, Food and Slavery, Food People and Food Places, Food Philosophy at Afroculinaria, Heirloom Gardening/Heritage Breeds and Wildcrafting, The Cooking Gene and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink.

6 Responses to From The Historical Epicurean.Com: African-American influences in American Cuisine: Harvest Festival at North Carolina’s, Stagville | THE HISTORICAL EPICUREAN

  1. Earl Price says:

    Love your posts..My daddys family originated in Alabam , Lowndes Cty, and he grewup in Oklahoma. My moama roots are Jewish with seven hudred yeaers of ancestors in Hungary. I also belong to an orgnaization fo those who love the faith and are mixed called Bel Laschon…I show the folks your stuff. Keep on staying up bro!!

  2. dolphin says:

    Really love your posts on the rich history that we all share, but rarely get to read or hear about in the mainstream.

  3. Pingback: Slave life in Stagville | Dolphin

  4. Looks marvelous. 🙂 MMmmmmm …

  5. I love this blog and what a great article from The Historical Epicurean. You’re right about the mainstream narrative. The information on deaths by fire of enslaved women alone is worth the read. More Americans need to know these facts.
    Btw- I can almost taste your BBQ!

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