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Black Dinners Matter

Amanda Yee and Soleil Ho Whetstone Magazine
Food was a weapon of control by slaveholders, most often used as a mechanism for domination and exploitation. The story of African American food has also been a story about self-determination and ownership.

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Food and Culture

Ashawnta Jackson JSTOR Daily
Food is complicated. That creation you love from “The Great British Baking Show? It’s been the subject of arguments over culture, identity and copyright.

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Seven Foundational Cookbooks That Shaped American Cooking

Ali Slagle Saveur.com
America: The Cookbook author Gabrielle Langholtz shares the texts that helped craft the United States’ regional culinary traditions For her book, America: The Cookbook, Gabrielle Langholtz looked at cookbooks as well as narrative and anthropological books to fully explore America’s culinary history—Little House on the Prairie and the Sterns’ many varied books among them.
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