Tag: African American Culture

This Soul Food Restaurant is Serving Lessons In Black History With “Shoebox Lunches” | Black Enterprise

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Patrick Coleman is packing a piece of history into the meals served at his soul food restaurant Beans & Cornbread. Throughout Black History Month, the Detroit-based bistro will offer “shoebox lunches” similar to the boxes African Americans used to store food when traveling in the south during the Jim Crow-era. Because they were banned and refused service in white-owned establishments, […]
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Marcus Samuelsson Is Fighting For A More Diverse, Creative Food Scene | Uproxx

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Steve Bramucci, Uproxx AUDIBLE / UPROXX. Featured Image 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 Beard-Award winning writing (he’s authored New […]
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Southern Culture Foods Founder and Chef Shares Her Recipe for Success with You | Black Enterprise

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Lydia Blanco, Black Enterprise Chef Erica Barrett. Featured Image 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 in the kitchen, Chef Erica Barrett, […]
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Nipsey Hussle’s dreams were bigger than hip-hop | Los Angeles Times

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Gerrick D. Kennedy, Los Angeles Times Ermias Davidson Asghedom aka Nipsey Hussle, December 2018 (Prince Williams/Wireimage), Featured Image banner of Nipsey Hussle is stretched across an exterior of the Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Mall. It has been there for most of the year and is easy to spot if you’re cruising down the uneven stretch of road that funnels Martin Luther […]
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