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Cultures and cuisine have always gone hand-in-hand. Notably, American cultures, with a brief but vivid history and dynamic blend of diverse heritages, have cultivated a multitude of regional traditions and treasured recipes across the country. Found in a land where pink sunsets saturate the skies and tumbleweeds roam free, a simple dish from the past …
The Gullah Sea Islands: 100 or so islands along the coast of Georgia and South Carolina became home to thousands of enslaved Africans. Generally left alone due to these islands' inaccessibility and the plantation owners fear of malaria, much of the Gullah people's African culture remained intact. They became known as Gullah, perhaps from the word Angola or the Gola people of West Africa.