February 23, 2021
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
At the Common Table: The Hidden History of Southern Food traces the food on the southern plate to the deep history of cultural mixing in the South. This reveals that the true history of the South is not found in the big houses of the elites, but in the cabins and fields of those struggling to survive in a brutal plantation economy. It underscores the genius of Native and African Americans. While they may not have left behind written archives, the working people of the South left their stories of ingenuity and perseverance on the southern plate. At the Common Table: The Hidden History of Southern Food is open to everyone.
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