food history

Food historian Jessica B. Harris shares her thoughts on gratitude, performative activism and why the pandemic has been so fatal for the Black community.
Food historian Adrian Miller on food's reconciliatory powers and his hopes that more white people start listening.
Duchess “Charity” Quamino, Cleora Butler, Cuffy Cockroach and more innovators who paved the way for Black cooks in America.
June 19 marks the official end of chattel slavery in the United States — and to celebrate the holiday means to pay homage to black food history.
From oyster-stuffed loaves and club sandwiches topped with bananas, we sure have come a long way.
The real deal tacos in Mexico come as a revelation: small pliable fresh corn tortillas electrified with bright, freshly made
Photo: Duccio Battistrada A bundle of yellowish brittle pages, written in a time-worn, careful handwriting, have been floating
When I was in Italy, last summer, I was intrigued by the growing popularity of what now Italians call "street food," using the English language expression to indicate, well... street food.
Like any culture in transition, medieval Turkey is extremely fascinating and Trépanier provides us a detailed account of
Readers are introduced to recipes, ingredients and culinary techniques that many Italians are likely to have forgotten, erased