All in Culinary Entrepreneurship
As part of our ongoing series on culinary traditions we turn today to WPA Sources on Virginia. This fall farming community food processing tradition is a story archived in the Library of Congress as part of its America Eats collection in a Virginia folder marked "Notes, Reports, and Essays."
Maya Angelou describes her grandmother as great cook and entrepreneur.
As part of our ongoing series for national candy month we turn to 19 century Brazil where candies served as a popular street food.
“Food, Jazz, and Protest in Jim Crow Washington, D.C,” a podcast from author Fred Opie’s book Southern Food and Civil Rights: Feeding the Revolution. In an abstract of the related chapter to the podcast, Opie writes, in the 1940s through the early 1960s, Washington, D.C. had predominantly Jim Crow restaurants and cafeterias that catered to a “whites only” customer base.
How to make a profit from the surplus from your garden
How to start a canning business out of your home with local produce