SOURCE: ABC News
Longone's recovery of cookbooks from immigrant and ethnic communities highlighted both diversity in American food culture and the labor of women in organizing it.
SOURCE: Made By History at the Washington Post
by Adrian Miller
As industry has reduced the labor intensity of barbecue and the media has made culinary celebrities, contemporary white chefs have supplanted the African American pitmasters who were once considered indispensable to the art.
SOURCE: Bitter Southerner
by Shane Mitchell
"Why would anyone preserve a crop, no matter how flavorful and aromatic, with such a disturbing heritage?" Shane Mitchell examines why.
SOURCE: Washington Post
"You will not be shocked to learn that the reasons foods travel are often unsavory: enslavement, conquest, climate change and war."
SOURCE: The Cap Times
In his TED Talk and elsewhere, Twitty likes to say, “race is the illusion, food is the reality,” and there’s “no such thing as food without politics.”
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