2 | When Black Chefs Created Plantation Food

We visit one of America’s most famous plantations with three descendants of enslaved Virginians… In 1784, Thomas Jefferson brought the enslaved chef James Hemings, brother of Sally Hemings, with him to France, to train under the French culinary masters of the day. Hemings used what he learned to create a …

My Emergency Food Supply

The other day on social media, I shared a photo of some soup I was buying to help beef up my emergency food supply in the face of the coronavirus pandemic that is currently shutting down cities and travel (in China, Italy, etc.). I ended up deleting the post on …