Georgia chefs on ‘Great Soul Food Cook-Off’

“Soul food, for me, is everything.”

So begins the first episode of “The Great Soul Food Cook-Off,” a new cooking competition on discovery+. In this six-episode series, eight Black chefs from around the country face off in challenges designed to highlight the past and present of soul food. The winner takes home $50,000 — and, of course, bragging rights.

The show is produced by Good Egg Entertainment, the company behind Food Network’s “Chopped,” and is overseen by the Oprah Winfrey Network.

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“The Great Soul Food Cook-Off,” a cooking competition series celebrating Black chefs and culinary traditions, debuts Nov. 20 on discovery+. Courtesy of discovery+
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“The Great Soul Food Cook-Off,” a cooking competition series celebrating Black chefs and culinary traditions, debuts Nov. 20 on discovery+. Courtesy of discovery+

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The host is Southern chef and Food Network star Kardea Brown, who is joined each week by “Top Chef” alum Eric Adjepong and celebrated Harlem restaurateur Melba Wilson

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Fast-Food Workers Strike in Support of Assembly Bill


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Fast-food workers held a statewide strike Tuesday, staging rallies outside McDonald’s locations in Monterey Park, South Los Angeles and Hollywood as part of a protest against allegedly unsafe working conditions and to demand passage of Assembly Bill 257.

Workers at the Monterey Park McDonald’s recently raised the alarm about sewage flooding the kitchen.

Striking workers spoke out in favor of the Fast Food Accountability and Standards Recovery Act, which would establish a Fast Food Sector Council to give workers a voice in setting minimum standards across the industry.

The council would be made up of workers, corporate representatives, franchise operators and state officials charged with developing standards on wages, hours and other working conditions related to worker health and safety.

The bill, if passed in its current form, would cover fast-food restaurants with 30 or more establishments nationally that share a common brand or consumer image.

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Have you ever eaten venison? I was raised in a family of hunters and venison was one of many wild game meats that frequently made up meals. Small rural communities like the one in which I grew up are full of outdoors people. Some are hunters and some are gatherers. Others, like me, are the cooks. 

When I was “knee-high to a grasshopper”, I started helping process wild game after a harvest then would help my grandma and mom cook the meal. It is a skill set that never leaves, as my husband discovered the first year he went hunting and brought home a deer for his own “dear” – me! – to deal with. Thankfully, our meat is now processed at a local butcher shop after it is harvested.

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