Gravy Quarterly No. 84 Sara Camp Milam

Gravy Quarterly No. 84

Author: Sara Camp Milam
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Book Title
Gravy Quarterly No. 84
Author
Sara Camp Milam
ISBN
9798885740036
Guest edited by writer and oral historian Audrey Petty, the Summer 2022 issue of Gravy tells stories of the Great Migration and its culinary legacies. Articles and essays explore how Southerners have both maintained and adapted their foodways at home and in restaurants when they leave the South to make homes in new places. The pieces in this issue are set primarily in the Midwest: Cleveland to Chicago, Kankakee to Kalamazoo. They span four generations--roughly a century--of movement, placemaking, tradition-bearing, and evolution.Janice Harrington recalls a lifetime of foraging in the Deep South and the Midwest. Rosalind Bentley connects with a Hmong farmer over collard greens in Minneapolis. From Chicago, Charla L. Draper recalls her years directing the Ebony magazine test kitchen, and Lolly Bowean reports on the city's Black tacos. Kidiocus Carroll meditates on his family's dressing recipe, which has evolved over four generations and many geographic changes. Mark V. Reynolds conjures the vibrant Black-owned restaurants and nightclubs of Cleveland in the mid-twentieth century.In This Issue: SFA MVP (Most Visited Places)Worms, Chavonn Williams ShenThe Migration Less Traveled, Donna Battle PierceBlack Tacos, Lolly BoweanJust Above My Head, Kidiocus CarrollReflections on Becoming Ebony's Food Editor, Charla L. DraperOf Chitlins and Care, Emily Hooper LansanaForaging, Janice N. HarringtonIn Search of My Parents' Cleveland, Mark V. ReynoldsSnow Falling on Collards, Rosalind BentleyLearning to Snap Green Beans, Tara BettsThe Relation of Greens, Michelle S. JohnsonCome Here and Watch, Lyletta RobinsonYeast, Khalisa RaeLast CourseBinding Type: PaperbackAuthor: Sara Camp MilamPublisher: Hub City PressPublished: 08/02/2022ISBN: 9798885740036Pages: 72Weight: 0.50lbs
Guest edited by writer and oral historian Audrey Petty, the Summer 2022 issue of Gravy tells stories of the Great Migration and its culinary legacies. Articles and essays explore how Southerners have both maintained and adapted their foodways at home and in restaurants when they leave the South to make homes in new places. The pieces in this issue are set primarily in the Midwest: Cleveland to Chicago, Kankakee to Kalamazoo. They span four generations--roughly a century--of movement, placemaking, tradition-bearing, and evolution.Janice Harrington recalls a lifetime of foraging in the Deep South and the Midwest. Rosalind Bentley connects with a Hmong farmer over collard greens in Minneapolis. From Chicago, Charla L. Draper recalls her years directing the Ebony magazine test kitchen, and Lolly Bowean reports on the city's Black tacos. Kidiocus Carroll meditates on his family's dressing recipe, which has evolved over four generations and many geographic changes. Mark V. Reynolds conjures the vibrant Black-owned restaurants and nightclubs of Cleveland in the mid-twentieth century.In This Issue: SFA MVP (Most Visited Places)
Worms, Chavonn Williams Shen
The Migration Less Traveled, Donna Battle Pierce
Black Tacos, Lolly Bowean
Just Above My Head, Kidiocus Carroll
Reflections on Becoming Ebony's Food Editor, Charla L. Draper
Of Chitlins and Care, Emily Hooper Lansana
Foraging, Janice N. Harrington
In Search of My Parents' Cleveland, Mark V. Reynolds
Snow Falling on Collards, Rosalind Bentley
Learning to Snap Green Beans, Tara Betts
The Relation of Greens, Michelle S. Johnson
Come Here and Watch, Lyletta Robinson
Yeast, Khalisa Rae
Last Course

Binding Type: Paperback
Author: Sara Camp Milam
Publisher: Hub City Press
Published: 08/02/2022
ISBN: 9798885740036
Pages: 72
Weight: 0.50lbs
Guest edited by writer and oral historian Audrey Petty, the Summer 2022 issue of Gravy tells stories of the Great Migration and its culinary legacies. Articles and essays explore how Southerners have both maintained and adapted their foodways at home and in restaurants when they leave the South to make homes in new places. The pieces in this issue are set primarily in the Midwest: Cleveland to Chicago, Kankakee to Kalamazoo. They span four generations--roughly a century--of movement, placemaking, tradition-bearing, and evolution.Janice Harrington recalls a lifetime of foraging in the Deep South and the Midwest. Rosalind Bentley connects with a Hmong farmer over collard greens in Minneapolis. From Chicago, Charla L. Draper recalls her years directing the Ebony magazine test kitchen, and Lolly Bowean reports on the city's Black tacos. Kidiocus Carroll meditates on his family's dressing recipe, which has evolved over four generations and many geographic changes. Mark V. Reynolds conjures the vibrant Black-owned restaurants and nightclubs of Cleveland in the mid-twentieth century.In This Issue: SFA MVP (Most Visited Places)
Worms, Chavonn Williams Shen
The Migration Less Traveled, Donna Battle Pierce
Black Tacos, Lolly Bowean
Just Above My Head, Kidiocus Carroll
Reflections on Becoming Ebony's Food Editor, Charla L. Draper
Of Chitlins and Care, Emily Hooper Lansana
Foraging, Janice N. Harrington
In Search of My Parents' Cleveland, Mark V. Reynolds
Snow Falling on Collards, Rosalind Bentley
Learning to Snap Green Beans, Tara Betts
The Relation of Greens, Michelle S. Johnson
Come Here and Watch, Lyletta Robinson
Yeast, Khalisa Rae
Last Course

Binding Type: Paperback
Author: Sara Camp Milam
Publisher: Hub City Press
Published: 08/02/2022
ISBN: 9798885740036
Pages: 72
Weight: 0.50lbs