Why I Made High on the Hog: How African American Cuisine Transformed America | Netflix

Why I Made High on the Hog: How African American Cuisine Transformed America | Netflix

In this episode of “Why I Made” the team behind “High on the Hog: How African American Cuisine Transformed America” discuss the behind-the-scenes creation of the series.
Executive producers Karis Jagger and Fabienne Toback reveal their process and discuss topics ranging from: working with award-winning author Jessica B. Harris, to traveling to Africa, to uncovering African American history through the lens of food.

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Black food is American food. Chef and writer Stephen Satterfield traces the delicious, moving throughlines from Africa to Texas in this docuseries.



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  2. Old white guy here; I loved High on the Hog. I saw faces and heard stories that I had not heard before. Tears were brought to my eyes at least once per episode. This is the kind of content I want more of, and I am annoyed that there were only 4 episodes. Transforming the inedible to the edible and the edible into the irresistible is one of the creative forces that advances humanity; these heroes should be celebrated whatever their origins.

  3. I thought it was personal that New Orleans wasn’t mention in the FOUR part documentary cause you can’t put BLACK ppl and food in the same sentence and don’t come up with New Orleans. Big Daym next cause how can you make a doc about fried food and don’t mention The Big Easy? We fry EVERYTHING down here, we even would fry his big ass LOL.

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