Black gardeners urged to dig into the...

Black gardeners urged to dig into their roots

There are 2 comments on the The Macon Telegraph story from Jul 22, 2012, titled Black gardeners urged to dig into their roots. In it, The Macon Telegraph reports that:

Michael Twitty, a Washington, D.C.-based historian studying the culinary traditions of American slaves, toured the former elementary school playground at the corner of West Broad and Paris streets with Community Network Garden Manager Fenwick Broyard.

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“Obsidian Princess”

Since: Sep 09

louisiana

#1 Jul 22, 2012
i remember eating muscadines(sp) right of the vine when i was in alabama as a little girl. my grandma would send me out to pick berries so she could make a berry pie.

those berries would be growing all over the ground along side where we walked and played!

thank you grandma for those experiences.
Starburst

Mooresville, NC

#2 Jul 23, 2012
Yes! My grandfather had a 4 acre farm and my parents taught me how to grow fresh veggies! Nothing like vine-ripe tomatoes in the summer.
I'm going to make me some fresh brushetta with some basil, garlic and feta!

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