Tag Archives: Culinary History

In Response to Justin’s Query: Not a Sermon, Just a Fact-Check

So here at http://www.Afroculinaria.com we love debate.  We love respectful discussion and I believe that’s what I got from a reader named Justin.  In response to my post of Oldway’s African Heritage Pyramid and ingredients suggestion list, Justin gave this … Continue reading

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Michael Twitty, Afroculinaria | 50 People Who Are Changing the South in 2015 – Southern Living Mobile

http://www.southernliving.com/m/travel/people-changing-south-2015/michael-twitty-africulinaria I am pleased to announce that Southern Living, a magazine long revered in my family, named me and this blog among 50 to watch in 2015!  As I finish the research for The Cooking Gene and make my way … Continue reading

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Karen Hess: Food historian, caustic critic of American food scene – Chicago Tribune

http://www.chicagotribune.com/lifestyles/food/sc-food-1212-giants-hess-20141208-story.html.  Here’s my little quote in a story by Bill Daley on the legacy of Karen Hess.

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A Photo Essay: The Best of 2012 at Afroculinaria Part One

        Working in the tobaccco field, Colonial Williamsburg          

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