The Black Kitchen Series
The Black Kitchen Series is a mini series celebrating modern African American cuisine. Hosted by culinary historian and soul food scholar Adrian Miller, each of the six episodes highlights a different restaurant and the unique stories that surround it. From their fare, to their lore, to the cities they call home, these restaurants, bakeries, and bars couldn’t be more different. What they have in common is the special place they all occupy in the hearts of their neighbors, families, and communities.
The Black Kitchen Series is brought to you by Heinz, the Southern Restaurants for Racial Justice, and the Lee Initiative. Learn more about the Black Kitchen Initiative at BlackKitchenInitiative.com.
From the website:
America’s Black-owned restaurants are cultural treasures that have been instrumental in shaping the foods and flavors we enjoy today. As such, Heinz collaborated with the LEE Initiative, Southern Restaurants for Racial Justice (SRRJ), and more than 60 Black-owned restaurants across the country. In service of the ideas of celebrating and preserving the legacy of Black food, the Black Kitchen Initiatve was born, seeking to connect Black restaurateurs to tangible resources that support the long-term health of their establishments. Black cuisine, Black culture, and Black businesses have made an indelible mark on the best parts of America; we hope that the Black Kitchen Initiative plays a small role in uplifting and showcasing that vibrant legacy.
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