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Kelley Deetz brings the fruits of her research to Philadelphia this Friday for a sold-out event at Germantown's Cliveden estate. The historic site has developed its own progressive approach to discussing its slaving past. Cliveden will host "Cookin' for the Big House: Slavery, Race, Gender & the Kitchen Axis," Deetz's talk on the immense influence West African enslaved cooks had on American cuisine.
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