There is a lot of time and effort that goes into every single dish that you cook. You do not just mix whatever seasoning you find - you take into consideration every little thing to ensure that it will turn out for the best. You do everything to ensure you serve it with as much flavor as possible. So for anyone who denies that cooking is a language of love, it might be time to think again.
Speaking of tasks that take up a lot of time and effort, another thing that does is laundry. Well, yes, it may not be as fulfilling as cooking a meal, but the dedication and effort is the same. You also do whatever means necessary to give your loved ones fresh and clean clothes every time.
Food plays a big part in enhancing cultural identity and helps Black people connect with their ideals of community and fellowship outside of their kin. More than a gesture of love, food also preserves and enhances Black culture. This could also be why many Black parents make sure that their kids and grandkids understand every dish and the story that lies beneath it.
However, we want you to forget about your laundry loads for a second and focus on this sumptuous day for Black cuisine and all of its glorious flavors. The Atlanta Black Restaurant Week is the perfect time to enjoy delicious food while honoring Black culture through food! And now that they are in their 5th year, things are getting better than ever.
There’s every option for every diet! Experience delicious food from restaurants, food trucks, desserts, and more from these:
Pretty Little Taco’s
Aunt Betty’s Halal Soul Food
Aprils Sweet Shoppe
Hygh Lyfe Cafe
Aside from that, there will also be fun activities where you can earn gifts and cash prizes! What an awesome way to eat and enjoy!
Join the fun on August 5 to August 14, 2022 for the best meals, activities, and more!