Soul food: digesting the history of African-American cuisine
Soul food is one of the tastiest, most popular, and recognizable types of cooking to come out of the United States. An African-American cuisine rooted in the country’s Deep South and the transatlantic slave trade that flourished—and was finally banished—in the 1800s, this unique food genre is associated with comfort and indulgence, but was created out of struggle and survival. So, are you hungry and feel like soul searching?
Click through and digest the history of soul food.