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Black Smoke, the African American Roots of BBQ

While it's enjoyed throughout the US, barbecue has long been recognized as southern cooking. But the originators of barbecue have not been given their culinary due.

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African-American & Appalachian Migration Influences

Host Capri Cafaro is joined by Donna Pierce, writer of the syndicated column "Black America Cooks" & author of a forthcoming book on Freda DeKnight, Ebony Magazine's first food editor...

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EatOkra App: Your Guide to Black-Owned Restaurants, Part 2

In 2016, Janique Edwards moved to Brooklyn and wanted to find black-owned restaurants in her new neighborhood. Janique and Anthony (then boyfriend, now husband) had the idea to create the...

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Derek Kirk on soulPhoodie and Building Community

Today’s episode is an interview with Derek Kirk, founder of soulPhoodie, an online community that celebrates black food and beverage culture.

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You Get What You Get (feat. Peter Kim of MOFAD)

Today Dave and Nastassia are joined by Peter Kim, Executive Director of MOFAD, who tells us about the debut of African / America: Making the Nation's Table.  Then we answer questions on S...

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Omar Tate of Honeysuckle talks Blackness in Food

Chef Omar Tate has spent the last ten years in the restaurant industry working in some of the best restaurants in New York City and Philadelphia including A Voce, Fork, Meadowsweet, Runne...

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Carla Hall: Strong & Soulful

Bravo’s Top Chef fan favorite, cookbook author and TV host, Carla Hall is known for her vivacious personality and warmth.

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Adrian Miller at Slow Food Nations 2018

Food writer, attorney and certified barbecue judge based in Denver, Adrian Miller served as a special assistant to President Bill Clinton and a senior policy analyst for Colorado governor...