SoulPhoodies Tamara Celeste and Derek Kirk shine a light on the need-to-know Black movers and shakers of our food and beverage industry—from writers and historians, to small business owners and chef-activists.
[BONUS] Holiday Baking SNAFUs with ATK's Elle Simone Scott
Hey Black & Highly Flavored fans! Today we're sharing the first episode of Food52's newest podcast, Hotline Offline. (Think: Car Talk, but food.)
Black Farmers, Black Roasters, Black Coffee with Gail & Uche Azodo
Building a good coffee roasting business from the ground up.
Black Women Brew with Atinuke Diver
How Black female brewers in the American south are reclaiming a predominantly white craft brew scene.
Discover Black-Owned Restaurants with EatOkra
"Find Black-owned businesses near me"—there's an app for that.
Black History of BBQ with Adrian Miller
The Black barbecuers, pitmasters, and restauranteurs who shaped iconic American BBQ as we know it today.
Ice Cream's Black History with Lokelani Alabanza
A Nashville pastry chef dreams up ice creams inspired by historic African-American cookbooks.
Lovin it all!
It’s the history and influence for me! I’ve been sharing this with lots of black folx! Great interviews!
Deepening our cultural knowledge
I love that this podcast elevates soul food to cuisine and does a deep dive in each episode on the contributions of Black people to the culinary industry. The hosts are knowledgeable and also inquisitive, which makes the conversations with guests so engaging. It’s about time! I can’t wait to hear more!