The Secret History of Black Chefs

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“Back in the 1800s, for instance, when white women began recording their family food traditions, they took credit for their slaves’ handi­work. ‘You owned Sally, you owned her recipe,’ Toni Tipton-Martin reflected on an episode of the podcast Gravy.” At Mother Jones, read about the secret history of black chefs in America.

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