Monthly Archives: July 2016

Come to Dinner with Me in Charlotte July 28th!

ABOUT THIS EVENT Menu: Okra Soup Mary Randolph’s Yeast Rolls Fried Chicken Madeira Ham Cornbread Kush Saut√©ed Greens Peach Cobbler Food for thought and for your palate with Culinary Historian Michael W. Twitty The Harvey B. Gantt Center is a … Continue reading

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My Appearance on PBS Newshour

http://www.pbs.org/newshour/bb/why-you-cant-talk-about-the-southern-kitchen-without-slaves-contributions/ Many thanks to Mark Scialla and John Yang for making this happen. Since the announcement that Jack Daniels’ owes it’s recipe to Neelus Green, the conversation over culinary appropriation and recognizing the creative capital of the enslaved has come … Continue reading

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Ole Missus vs. Mammy?: Who Owns Southern Food?

https://munchies.vice.com/en/articles/ole-missus-vs-mammy-who-owns-southern-food I want to thank my editor at VICE Media’s food focused Munchies site, Matt Zuras and editor-in-chief Helen Hollyman for their incredible faith in my ability to take on a response to the piece “Edna Lewis and the Mythology … Continue reading

Posted in African American Food History, Cultural Politics, Food People and Food Places, Food Philosophy at Afroculinaria, Heirloom Gardening/Heritage Breeds and Wildcrafting, Jewish Stuff, Pop Culture and Pop Food, The Cooking Gene | Tagged , , , , | 4 Comments