The Gentrification of Soul Food

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Over the past decade, “soul food” has morphed into “Southern food,” as white chefs have appropriated African American cuisine. Author Eboni Harris explains the history of soul food and its recent acceptance among white people. As a result, a type of gentrification has followed. Hip restaurants have made soul food fancy, raising prices along the way, while failing to hire African American chefs. Thank you to loyal subscriber Morenike (#114) for submitting this article. 

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