As we head into the secular holiday of Thanksgiving, it’s a good time to think about how food carries culture. The presence of some items on our Thanksgiving tables invokes family, regional, and national history in a way that ties us to our ancestors, our culture, and our landbase.
Here, in the American South, food is sometimes a fraught issue. You really, really owe it to yourself to listen to Michael Twitty’s short but magical talk about culinary justice. Just click the link below:
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