A Culinary Journey Through 200 Years Of African American History
General cookbook sales for 2020 clocked in at 127% over sales from the year before. Specialty cookbooks on bread-making and canning proved popular with the masses.
But, the social justice movement, propelled by Black Lives Matter demonstrations last summer, intersected with the cooking craze. People sought out cookbooks by Black authors to deepen their knowledge and understanding of African American cuisine and history.
Today on “All Sides with Ann Fisher:” A culinary journey through 200 years of African American history with Toni Tipton-Martin, an award-winning food and nutrition journalist.
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- Toni Tipton-Martin, author of “Jubilee: Recipes from Two Centuries of African American Cooking,” and editor-in-chief, “Cook’s Country” Magazine.
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