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May 15, 2018

Southern food, soul food, and barbecue are popping up in more and more restaurants across the country, but many of the people who are bringing this food to fancy restaurants look, unsurprisingly, very little like its original creators. Everyone s attracted to our seasonings, our food, but they want to flip it, without understanding where we come from, said chef Michael Twitty, speaking at the Brownsville Community Culinary Center last week. People love the cooking of black and brown folk. They love it more than they love us, that s the problem. [...]