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African-American calendars are slightly different. Along with Christmas and Memorial Day, Easter and the Fourth of July, they include such specifically African-American Holidays as

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When I ask any group to name African-American foods, only a few timid hands go up. And invariably whatever list I draw out from

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The menorah is stowed and the dreidels tucked away for another year. The Christmas tree is beginning to shed needles on the rug and

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The percentage of Latin Americans in the kitchens of the U.S. is startling, yet few have attained the ranks of stardom in this country.

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I am allergic to shellfish through some mysterious act of the gods, yet oysters have marked my summer and are on my mind as

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It's August, but this year I won't make my annual trek from Martha's Vineyard down to the Caribbean.  I have to miss Saturday's Fete

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I've only just begun to read Judith Carney and Richard Nicholas Rosomoff's new work, "In the Shadow of Slavery: Africa's Botanical Legacy in the

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While New York is basking in a few days of glorious spring, my taste buds have moved with the season from winter to salads,

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