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Burt’s Briefs: What We Eat 110-African Foods in America

The African influence on American cooking has been wide-ranging –from the rice and beans dishes of latin America to the fried chicken and gumbos of the American South, from rice pilafs and peanut butter to watermelons and sweet potato pie. American food has been shaped by the contributions of African foods and African American cooks.…

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Hog and Hominy: Soul Food from Africa to America

Fredrick Douglas Opie, associate professor of history and director of the African Diaspora Studies Program at Marist College, discusses his book, Hog and Hominy: Soul Food from Africa to America. Opie’s culinary history is a portrait of the social and religious relationship between African Americans and their cuisine. It begins with the Atlantic slave trade…

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