Tag Archives: colonial and antebellum South

The Work, a Photo Essay

Those hot rolls come from a place of love. And I can enjoy them with friends in ways the past never allowed. Soft shelled crabs are a food I don’t indulge in but it’s a challenge to make new local … Continue reading

Posted in African American Food History, Events and Appearances, Food and Slavery, Food Philosophy at Afroculinaria, Heirloom Gardening/Heritage Breeds and Wildcrafting, Scholars, Scholars, Elders and Wise Folk, The Cooking Gene | Tagged , , , | 3 Comments

Sex sells……

Okay if you are reading this post because the term “Sex” is in the title, then I’ve already got you.. LOL  No doubt I will get more “interesting” hits from people looking for something other than food history and identity … Continue reading

Posted in African American Food History, Food and Slavery | Tagged , , , , , , | 2 Comments