The award-winning Atlanta chef talks gender roles, mentorship, and the boundary-breaking soul food at her restaurant, Twisted Soul.
In Atlanta, one of the top cities in the nation for Black-owned businesses, the uneven effects of the coronavirus pandemic have been pronounced.
For Killer Mike, T.I., and many Atlantans, the shuttering of Bankhead Fish & Soul marked not just the loss of a restaurant, but another casualty of gentrification.
The restaurants at Crosstown Concourse support refugees, fund food education, and help combat homelessness.
Some of Atlanta's best desserts are coming out of the city’s blossoming food truck scene, and women are at the helm.