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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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Eat Your Greens!

We asked Adrian Miller (A.K.A. The Soul Food Scholar) what is the most important and iconic soul food dish and his answer was: greens! 

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Adrian Miller

I am thrilled to have Adrian Miller on this week's show. Adrian is a scholar of African-American food ways.

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Okra!

What’s green, prickly, a little slimy, and

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Lawrence Weeks

Lawrence Weeks dedicated his heart to cooking as a child growing up in a Southern Creole/Cajun household in Louisville, KY. His professional career has spanned 10 years.

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Collard Greens!

What’s big, green, and loaded with essential nutrients? This episode of Time For Lunch is all about Collard Greens.

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Black-Owned Food Businesses: The Past, Present, and Future

During Covid-19, Black-owned businesses have been affected more than their white counterparts. Not only are they losing revenue because of the virus, but long standing issues like discrim...

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Adrian Miller: The Soul Food Scholar

Join cohosts Vallery and Ethan for a conversation with Adrian Miller, aka The Soul Food Scholar.

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Todd Richards on ATL Restaurants, Civil Rights, and Covid-19

There's no one better to speak on the current moment in history than our dear friend, Todd Richards. A restaurateur and chef based in Atlanta, Todd has been in the middle of simultaneous ...

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Soul Food Sessions Pt. 2

Today’s show is going to be a continuation of the series of interviews from the Soul Food Sessions dinner which was held at the James Beard Foundation house in Manhattan earlier this mont...