It’s amazing how an effort to preserve and interpret the dwellings of the enslaved Ancestors can lead you in to studying the aspects of their daily lives….including the food they ate. We are proud to have the famous culinary historian Michael W. Twitty to demonstrate and expound upon that matter at the upcoming Slave Dwelling Project Conference.
Michael W. Twitty, is a food writer, independent scholar, culinary historian, and historical interpreter personally charged with preparing, preserving and promoting African American foodways and its parent traditions in Africa and her Diaspora and its legacy in the food culture of the American South. Michael is a Judaic studies teacher from the Washington D.C. Metropolitan area and his interests include food culture, food history, Jewish cultural issues, African American history and cultural politics. Michael’s work is a braid of two distinct brands: the Antebellum Chef and Kosher/Soul. Read more about these concepts and Michael Twitty on his website: http://afroculinaria.com/
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