Learn more about the history and heritage of the Black Coastal south in our latest Black Food Heritage series, Black Wome in Seafood. From fish markets to fine dining, explore the Black Women who make up the backbone of the seafood industry.
Thanksgiving Day is right around the corner and families all across America are excited, and they are planning their holiday meal and family activities. Some will travel by plane, train, or automobile to visit their
Shrimps, crabs, crawfish, corn, potatoes and sausages are just what you can expect to find in a seafood boil. These tasty ingredients give us the fullness we need in each seafood boil, however the soul
Looking for a last-minute Mother’s Day or Graduation gift with heritage? Check out a few of my favorite Gullah food brands owned by Black Women who are holding up the legacy of Gullah cuisine while
WALTERBORO, SC – Black Southern Belle (BSB) announces their latest Black Women in Seafood series. The series will amplify the history and heritage of the Black women trailblazers making their mark in the seafood industry.
Looking for a last-minute trip or weekend getaway during Black History Month? You should definitely add the Gullah Celebration to your list. The Gullah Celebration is an annual festival held to celebrate the rich heritage
Want to add a little holiday style to your table without spending too much time or money, we have just the inspiration you need. I love decorating all the tables in my home but can’t
Want to host a party with a unique foodie experience? Why not try an Oyster Roast? A coastal staple is a great way to add fun to any celebration. If you have never hosted an
The Lowcountry Gullah Culture is a unique and vibrant culture that has been passed down through generations of African Americans living in the coastal regions of North Carolina, South Carolina Florida and Georgia with descendants