These food conversations can go just about anywhere. When they get into the history of food, that’s where my food dork really gets showing.
Chatting with Soul Food Scholar Adrian Miller, who’s as much of a food geek as I am, was easy, informative and fun. We talk about the regional complexities of Texas BBQ, apologizing to a gospel group on 420. and the over 150 African-Americans who have cooked in the White house since Washington was president in Episode 68 of the Something About Food? podcast.
Adrian Miller is a James Beard Award-winning food writer, attorney, and certified barbecue judge who lives in Denver, CO. He is currently the executive director of the Colorado Council of Churches and, as such, is the first African American and the first layperson to hold that position. You can find him on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.
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