Reclaiming a Seat For The Great Barbecue Men
Barbeque has been a culinary staple in the South for generations. By the Civil War, many barbeque cooks were enslaved African-Americans, according to food writer and editor Robert Moss. He recently wrote about two of these talented cooks from Augusta, Georgia. Moss and culinary historian Michael Twitty tell us about the forgotten African-American influence on barbeque.