hungry for history

Grits

[Hungry for History] Sweet vs. Savory Grits? A Food Historian Settles Debate

How do you like your grits? According to the author of this May 2016 article, the answer may well depend on where you’re from.

[Hungry for History] Collard Greens

Greens, and collards in particular, hold a special place in African-American culture. This reposted January 2016 article offers a a terrific recipe in addition to a little history of our ‘favorite green vegetable.’

[Hungry for History] Chick-Fil-A Didn’t Create the Fried Chicken Sandwich

Chick-Fil-A vs. Popeye’s? The Internet will decide. In the meantime, we are revisiting this “Hungry for History” article about the “humble” chicken sandwich.

Easter

[Hungry for History] Devil in the Details

When it comes to Easter in America, ham and deviled eggs have somehow become the…

[VIDEO] Soul Food Showdown

MillerCoors and EBONY.com came together recently to present a soul food showdown featuring standout chefs…

[Powered by MillerCoors] EBONY.com Launches Hungry for History Soul Food Showdown

Who’s hungry? MillerCoors and EBONY.com collaborated on an amazing event held at the beer giant’s…

[Hungry for History] Fat Tuesday Jambalaya

When planning Carnival celebrations, you won’t find much of an argument about the dishes to…