Auntie Fee, Patti's Pies and Shirley Caesar: Great Moments in Black Viral Food Videos


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Beans, greens, tomatoes, potatoes, you name it!
Many African American people cherish family gatherings where food and love is abundant, so naturally many of the great viral videos made by black folks are also some of the yummiest.
We can’t get enough of these amazing artists who celebrate the food we all love.
But, as awesome as these videos and artists are, the fact that millions of people have watched and adored these videos underscore a need for African Americans to have more ownership in creating content.
Today comedian Matt Brown joins us to take a look at some amazing African American viral food videos. Listen as we savor James Wright Channel’s glorious tribute to Patti Labelle’s Sweet Potato Pies that made them sell out at Walmart.
➤ TS Madison cooks up a storm twice on Cooking with Drag Queens and on Facebook live.
➤ How the late Auntie Fee turned $3 into a meal for seven people.
➤ Paula Deen steals credit for the Luther Burger.
➤ Spirit Payton, the ASMR artist.
➤ Shirley Caesar, the Queen of Gospel Music who became synonymous with Thanksgiving for her gospel tribute to beans, greens, potatoes, tomatoes, lamb, rams, hogs, chicken, turkeys, rabbits– you name it!
Best of Feast of Fun, originally posted as "FOF #2677 - Great Moments in African American Viral Food Videos - 11.19.18"

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