In honor of Black History Month, we’re centering stories about Black and African American history, culture, and food. Discover the cross-continental history of rice farming, investigate the nuances of soul food, meet Black pitmasters working to make BBQ a more inclusive space, and reflect alongside an entrepreneur about the effects of the BLM movement on Brooklyn businesses.
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Go here to learn more about Soul food and Southern food. To find out more about Adrian Miller’s journey with Soul food, click here and to hear more of his interviews on Soul and southern food, click here and here.
Learn more and apply to Kingsford Grilling’s Preserve the Pit Program here. Read more about Dr. Howard Conyers, his research, and his prior media appearances here.
Read more about the pandemic's impact on Black businesses here. And check out the New York Federal Reserve's study here.
Listen to HRN’s Black History Month Podcast Playlist: Ancestral Foodways and Culinary Legacy.
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