Jessica B Harris headshot
Jessica B Harris headshot

Jessica B. Harris

Jessica B. Harris, considered by many to be one of the ranking authorities on the food of the African Diaspora, is the author, editor, or translator of eighteen books including twelve cookbooks documenting the foodways of the African Diaspora.
Culinary historian Jessica B. Harris shares a spring strawberry salad recipe.
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Gâteau de Sirop (Syrup Cake)
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Jessica B. Harris on how this Louisiana specialty lets an iconic Southern ingredient shine.
For many African Americans, this is a time to honor the past, look toward the future, and feast with loved ones. 
Any-Season Succotash
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A celebratory side dish that you can make any time of year.
Pecan-Coated Pork Loin Roast
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Fit for a celebration.
This holiday calls for nostalgia in a can.
Spicy Vinegar
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A dash of homemade spicy vinegar is a great addition to any dish.
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These leafy vegetables are as much a staple around the world as they are in the South.
It might not be the only way to enjoy green tomatoes, but it is the best.
Spicy Vinegar
Rating: Unrated
New!
A dash of homemade spicy vinegar is a great addition to any dish.
These leafy vegetables are as much a staple around the world as they are in the South.
It might not be the only way to enjoy green tomatoes, but it is the best.
Ms. Opal harnesses all her force trying to create a nationwide federal holiday.
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Jessica Harris' Red Rice
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This classic Lowcountry dish takes many forms, and it started inWest Africa.
June marks one year since New Orleans culinary legend Leah Chase passed away at age 96.
Mashama Bailey returns home and proves food can bring people together.