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For the Culture III: The Legacy of the Black Garden

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Join us Wednesday, February 14 for a free live streaming of For the Culture III: The Legacy of the Black Garden. The community discussion led by Debra Freeman will delve into the history and relevance of traditional African American crops and other vegetables.

Debra Freeman has written for national outlets such as Eater, Conde Nast Traveler, Plate Magazine, Food 52, Epicurious, Garden and Gun, Gravy, and Gastro Obscura on topics including the legacy of Black farmers, the significance of yellow cake in the Black community, Black veganism, and the importance of spoon bread in Southern culinary history.

Freeman is also the creator and host of Setting the Table, the critically acclaimed podcast about African-American foodways that was recently named by Apple Podcasts as one of the “Shows We Loved in 2022.” Her podcast won the 2023 podcast series of the year by the International Association of Culinary Professionals and received the gold Signal Award in the food and drink category.

Freeman was recently named as a Black Women in Food honoree for 2023, is the recipient of the Slow Food USA Snailblazer Storyteller award, and is the first Black woman food editor of a major publication in the South.

Event Details

Wednesday, February 14

Where: BRIT Commons

Cost: FREE

Date

Feb 14 2024
Expired!

Time

12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

For the Culture III: The Legacy of the Black Garden

Category

Date

Feb 14 2024
Expired!

Time

12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Join us Wednesday, February 14 for a free live streaming of For the Culture III: The Legacy of the Black Garden. The community discussion led by Debra Freeman will delve into the history and relevance of traditional African American crops and other vegetables.

Debra Freeman has written for national outlets such as Eater, Conde Nast Traveler, Plate Magazine, Food 52, Epicurious, Garden and Gun, Gravy, and Gastro Obscura on topics including the legacy of Black farmers, the significance of yellow cake in the Black community, Black veganism, and the importance of spoon bread in Southern culinary history.

Freeman is also the creator and host of Setting the Table, the critically acclaimed podcast about African-American foodways that was recently named by Apple Podcasts as one of the “Shows We Loved in 2022.” Her podcast won the 2023 podcast series of the year by the International Association of Culinary Professionals and received the gold Signal Award in the food and drink category.

Freeman was recently named as a Black Women in Food honoree for 2023, is the recipient of the Slow Food USA Snailblazer Storyteller award, and is the first Black woman food editor of a major publication in the South.

Event Details

Wednesday, February 14

Where: BRIT Commons

Cost: FREE