Celebrate soulful African-American food with this delicious Q&A.
Soul Food Month celebrates the tradition of southern cooking, dating back to when African-Americans were forced to create their meals using less-than-desirable produce. During the hardship endured by African-Americans, soul food nourished the body — and, of course, the soul. Soul Food became a popular term in the 1960s giving a name to flavorful foods with distinct tastes made by African-Americans across the country.
To celebrate Soul Food Month, add this Q&A to your Facebook and Instagram accounts as a story. Use the poll stickers to add options, and post the verdict once answers start coming in.
Usage: Instagram, Facebook stories Tag: #SoulFoodMonth