A Place at the Table: Food Histories
A Place at the Table is not about recipes. While there’s a lot of good food here, A Place at the Table is more about food traditions and foodways: the ways that food connects, nourishes, sustains, and honors family and community. Here you’ll hear about some of the many ways that neighbors produce, make, and share food, whether as part of gardening, farming, cooking, teaching, feasting, working, serving, or protesting for rights to eat at the same counters as whites and to receive fair wages for food service. A Place at the Table is an invitation to break bread with Northside neighbors. Pull up a chair.