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.
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