From the grill to the meat markets and everywhere in between black women have made a mark on BBQ. Much of that heritage starts in the South and permeates into the rest of the nation. As the granddaughter of a hog farmer. I know the role black women play in the BBQ world from crafting sauces to grilling meals for their communities. This page is in honor of the history and heritage, both past and present.
Do a quick online search for the Melrose Plantation Cookbook and you will find a coveted copy for almost two-thousand dollars. The cookbook penned by artist Clementine Hunter with François Mignon (nee Frank Mineah) was
Our latest BSB series celebrates HBCU Tailgate Culture, focusing on cultural cuisines, HBCU lifestyle, memories, celebrations, and entertaining. Photography by Sabal Palm Creative Michiel Perry invited Gullah Geechee, chef and founder of What’s Gina Cooking, Gina
As we travel back and forth to work or to our favorite shops on the weekend, we may be noticing that traffic is getting a little heavier. Instead of having your five-minute trip to your
BBQ is far more than just a good pastime or frequent cuisine for outdoor cooking. Barbecuing is a technique created and started in the African American culture. BBQ connects us to our ancestors, from generation
If you are planning a trip to Galveston for Juneteenth or any occasion, pack your stretchy pants (or skirt). The cuisines found on the island are both soulful and expected of a coastal community. Moreover,