Sweet Tea, Succotash, and Soulful Hospitality: An Ode to Black American Cuisine
Black American cuisine stems from eating patterns of the rural South. With the Great Migration, this cuisine spanned throughout the rest of the United States getting more and more seasoned with each region. You know what they say: “All Southern food isn’t soul food, but all soul food is Southern food”. It isn’t the buttermilk biscuits or smoky collards that characterize soul food, but the traditions of a people that overcame adversity.