On this week’s In Black America, producer and host John L. Hanson, Jr. presents a 1996 interview with the late William F. “Bill” Williams, the co-founder of Glory Foods, Inc., which addressed a void in the marketplace for food products targeting African American Consumers. Williams also worked to attract young African Americans to the culinary arts and the hospitality industry.
African American Cuisine
Kitchen Diva Angela Medearis talks about the history and concepts of African American cuisine. Jackie also talks about the movie “Soul Food” and her theory of how Big Mama led to her own demise.