Adrian Miller

soul food scholar, author of “Black Smoke: African Americans and the United States of Barbecue”

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Summer means grilling season, and let’s face it, many people just throw some chicken wings, sausages, and a hamburger patty on the grill and call it a day.

‘Soul food scholar’ Adrian Miller explains the art of BBQ and its place in US history

Summer means grilling season, and let’s face it, many people just throw some chicken wings, sausages, and a hamburger patty on the grill and call it a day.

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