Food, community, culture, resiliency. Based on Jessica B. Harris’ award-winning book, High On The Hog traces the moving story of a people’s survival and triumph via the food that has knit generations together and helped define the American kitchen. Considered by many to be one of the ranking authorities on the food of the African Diaspora, Dr. Jessica B. Harris is the author, editor, or translator of eighteen books including twelve cookbooks documenting the foodways of the African Diaspora. Here, Dr. Jessica B. Harris shares her origin story, her evolution in food academia, and the impact and takeaways she hopes viewers have when watching High on the Hog.
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