Hosted by Deb Freeman, Setting the Table is a podcast that explores the stories and histories of African American cuisine and foodways. From Sunday barbeques to the spirits in your cocktails, African Americans have created the foundation of modern American cuisine, yet African American food is one of the least explored food genres. Setting the Table illuminates the ways that African Americans have shaped how this country eats and drinks by exploring the historical events that have influenced the formation of Black foodways in America while also drawing a direct line to the people who are moving the Black culinary narrative forward.
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For the season finale of Setting the Table, Deb explores one of her favorite topics, Black bakers and baking. From biscuits to yellow cake, baking has always been a huge part of Black foodways. On this episode, Baker and cookbook author Cheryl Day sh... more
During the civil rights era, Black women to used their skills as chefs and cooks to support social movements in this country. On this episode, Deb is joined by scholar and writer Suzanne Cope to explores the legacies of two such heroes, Aylene Quin, ... more
One of the lasting effects of the Great Migration is the movement of Black foodways, and one of the best examples of this movement is barbecue. On this episode, Deb explores the legacy of Black barbeque in Los Angeles with food journalist Mona Holmes... more
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A wonderful exploration of Black foodways via the lens of the Great Migration. Well researched, with a curiosity and joy about all of the living traditions. Highly recommended.
Ten minutes into the first episode, and I’m already sharing it with the people I care about. It’s so well done— check it out!
I have absolutely loved this podcast. It’s very well done.
Such an entertaining and eye opening podcast. My sister told me about it and let’s just say I owe her one. Can’t wait for more episodes.💯👍🏿
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Setting the Table launched 4 months ago and published 11 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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