Seasoned with irreverence.
‘Freedom Farmers’ Tells the History of Black Farmers Uniting Against Racism
In her new book, Monica M. White details the cooperative practices of Black farmers in the Deep South and Detroit who played a key role in the Civil Rights movement. Civil Eats, December 20, 2018.
The Untold Story Of Harlem's 'Whiskey Rebellion,' The Civil Rights Campaign For Black Liquor Salesmen
The fight against 'Jim Crow jobs' took blood, sweat, tears, and boycotts. Vice, February 22, 2018.
My Grandmother’s Very Specific Meat-Related Rule For Finding Love
Feminism expressed in the medium she knew best: food. Bon Appetit, February 14, 2018.
How Can I Eat Local When Winter Vegetables Are So Sad?
Virtuous eating dictates that I stick with produce grown within a certain radius from my house. But I just can't get excited about root vegetables. The Washington Post, November 13, 2017.
At Duke University, A Bizarre Tour Through American History And Palates
NPR.org, September 21, 2017.
A Bad Aftertaste: David Brooks, Class, And The Politics Of Food
While Brooks seems to think his insensitivity derives from choosing a tony sandwich joint beyond his friend’s culinary vocabulary, there’s much more insensitivity to unpack. Rewire.News, July 12, 2017.
People Used To Be So Scared Of Coffee That Bach Wrote A Cantata About It
Coffee was once thought to be a devilish drink unfit for children, women, and men concerned about their virility (seriously!). Bon Appetit, June 14, 2017.
The Hermit Cookie: A Reclusive Recipe From America's Archives
The hermit has been a cookie of its times: able to survive without refrigeration and to change with American households and taste. Bon Appetit, December 12, 2016.
When Comics And Cooking Meet: Robin Ha And Cook Korean!
Paste Magazine, July 5, 2016.