All in Food Writer
Talk about an impact, how about WEB Dubois’ book The Souls of Black Folk first published in 1903 and it's still in print and used in courses around the world!
Takeaway: Why not use the root cellar and sand strategy to store not only the root vegetables that come from your garden, but . . .
The LaSalle Cafeteria was open 24 hours a day and one could count on meeting noted Jazz musicians there at any time. It was ideally located next to the China Doll Club and the Palladium Ballroom.
As part of our series for national candy month, let’s take historic looks at sweets in colonial Latin America. Women known as dulceras roamed the streets of urban centers with platters of sweets for sale carried on their heads.
What prompted you to write this book?
The idea for the book came from an NPR segment from the Kitchen Sisters, Nikki Silva and Davia Nelson, and their series which they call Hidden Kitchens. I listened to a story about Georgia Gilmore's hidden Kitchen contribution to the success of the Montgomery Bus Boycott. From there I started doing research on the role of food in social movements and wrote about it on my blog in a series I call Feeding the Revolution.