By Jessica B. Harris
Acclaimed cookbook writer Jessica B. Harris has spent a lot of her existence discovering the meals and foodways of the African Diaspora. High at the Hog is the end result of years of her paintings, and the result's a most tasty historical past of African American food. Harris takes the reader on a harrowing trip from Africa around the Atlantic to the US, monitoring the pains that the folks and the foodstuff have passed through alongside the best way. From chitlins and ham hocks to fried fowl and vegan soul, Harris celebrates the scrumptious and restorative meals of the African American adventure and information how every one got here to shape such an enormous a part of African American tradition, heritage, and id. even supposing the tale of African food in the US starts with slavery, High at the Hog eventually chronicles an exciting background of triumph and survival. The paintings of a masterful storyteller and an acclaimed pupil, Jessica B. Harris's High at the Hog fills an enormous hole in our culinary heritage.
Praise for Jessica B. Harris:
"Jessica Harris masters the facility to either train and encourage the reader in a desirable new way." -Marcus Samuelsson, chef proprietor of eating place Aquavit
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