Hot Links and Red Drinks: The Rich Food Tradition of Juneteenth

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By NICOLE TAYLOR June 13, 2017

L. Kasimu Harris, a writer, artist and Louisiana native, recalled the booth his mother and father ran in Congo Square in New Orleans at a Juneteenth festival, where customers ordered crispy catfish from a handwritten poster board price list. “They sold

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