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.
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.
The sad reality of the past two years is that a large number of Black-owned businesses closed, including businesses owned by Black women. This is a curated list of remaining businesses that could be found
Sapelo sage, storyteller and heritage-keeper Cornelia Walker-Bailey once explained the nature of fishing, crabbing, oyster-picking and shrimping on the barrier island. In an interview with Dionne Hoskins, Walker-Bailey explained that the women fished during the
During the late 1880s into the early 1900s, before the first World War, the Gullah people of the Lowcountry were in a state of transition. The old rice plantations were all but dust and the land was invaded by
The preservation of culture is exactly where business owner & Councilwoman Bridgett Fraizer gets her inspiration from. This Gullah Tastemaker and Advocate is bridging food & advocacy in Bluffton, SC continuing her family’s legacy of
One of my favorite things to showcase my heritage and culture is decorating my tables. I keep 3 styled tables in my home and my favorite one to decorate is in my office. This year
Anyone who’s ever enjoyed HBCU tailgate dishes knows the enjoyment that comes with each bite. The way your stomach feels after you bite into mouth-watering grilled pork chops or sweet homemade lemonade is just what