MO History Museum: Soul Food Junkies
ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – Soul food is a quintessential American cuisine, with a rich history and an abiding significance to black cultural identity. But with its core celebration of all things fried and smothered, it has also had lasting effects on African Americans’ health, both for better and for worse.
The Missouri History Museum will screen this documentary, then hold a panel discussion after the viewing. The event is free.
Reine Bayoc, co-owner of SweetArt Bakeshop, stopped by to talk with Tim about the good and bad of soul food. She will be one of the panel member during the discussion after the movie screening.
Soul Food Junkies
Screening & Duiscussion
Wednesday, January 9
Missouri History Museum
St Louis, MO
Free, Open to the public
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