Marcus Samuelsson Is Fighting For A More Diverse, Creative Food Scene | Uproxx

Steve Bramucci, Uproxx AUDIBLE / UPROXX. Featured Image Marcus Samuelsson is a lion of the modern food scene. This doesn’t simply come from his incredible string of successes in the kitchen (Aquavit, Red Rooster, Streetbird Rotisserie), his high-visibility TV projects (he’s a judge on Chopped and hosts No Passport Required on PBS), or even his […]

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Leah Chase, Creole Chef Who Fed Presidents and Freedom Riders, Dies at 96 | The New York Times

Kim Severson, The New York Times Photography by JOSH TELLES. Featured Image Leah Chase, the nation’s pre-eminent Creole chef, always knew what to feed her famous customers. The Rev. Martin Luther King Sr. liked barbecued ribs, and James Baldwin preferred gumbo. The singer Sarah Vaughan ordered stuffed crab to go, and Nat King Cole always […]

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Southern Culture Foods Founder and Chef Shares Her Recipe for Success with You | Black Enterprise

Lydia Blanco, Black Enterprise Chef Erica Barrett. Featured Image You’ve probably scrolled past editorial stylized dishes on your favorite food blog or on social media. But it’s not every day that you learn about the business behind culinary entrepreneurship. Yes, it’s an entire industry. And if you’re ready to learn how to take the heat […]

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Kwanzaa 101: A Beginners Guide To Having A Happy Kwanzaa | Blavity Created in 1966 by Dr. Mulana Karenga, Kwanzaa is a holiday focused on connecting African-Americans with their heritage and culture. A celebration with genesis in the Black Panther and freedom movement era, Karenga’s goal for the pan-African holiday is to, “give Blacks an opportunity to celebrate themselves and their history.”

Created in 1966 by Dr. Mulana Karenga, Kwanzaa is a holiday focused on connecting African-Americans with their heritage and culture. A celebration with genesis in the Black Panther and freedom movement era, Karenga’s goal for the pan-African holiday is to, “give Blacks an opportunity to celebrate themselves and their history.”

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23 Black Chefs You Should Know About | Shoppe Black

Facebook0Twitter0MailShoppe Black , Shoppe Black Although the number of Black chefs is increasing, there’s still plenty of progress to be made in terms of representation in the culinary industry. We’d like to take a moment to shout out some chefs who are doing their thing nationally and internationally, paving the way for the next generation […]

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Meet the Bakers Who Are Changing Their Communities for the Better—One Slice at a Time | Food & Wine Pies are more than just dessert: They are an exercise in evenhandedness, meant by design to be sliced and shared with loved ones.

Pies are more than just dessert: They are an exercise in evenhandedness, meant by design to be sliced and shared with loved ones.

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