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Southern food's provocative voice

Southern food's provocative voice

Like the South itself, John T. Edge is complicated. He is part scholar and part kingmaker, a conscientious white man in a Billy Reid sport coat who makes his living wrestling with the food legacy of a region built on slavery.

Mr. Edge has a new book, "The Potlikker Papers: A Food History of the Modern South" (Penguin). It spans 60 years, starting with the cooks whose food fueled the Montgomery, Ala., bus boycott in 1955 and ending with a South of new immigrants, where the fried okra might be sprinkled with fish sauce or the barbecue ribs doused in gochujang.

As reported on the New York Times website - READ MORE

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