Black History Month

Keep making history

We celebrate the trailblazers who create pathways to excellence. The leaders who lift as they climb. And this Black History Month, we’re shining a light on three chefs who share a single mission: to inspire the next generation to keep making history.

Meet the Chefs

three chefs

Chef G. Garvin (left) is a James Beard Award-nominated chef as well as a cookbook author, television host, and the executive chef of LowCountry Restaurants in Atlanta

Chef Erika Council is the food writer, recipe developer, and photographer behind her popular blog, Southern Soufflé, and the owner of Atlanta’s beloved Bomb Biscuits pop-up.

Chef Joe Randall (right) is a legendary Southern chef, cookbook author, and founder of Chef Joe Randall’s Cooking School (now the African American Chefs Hall of Fame) in Savannah. You can call him the Dean of Southern Cuisine.

Inspired Recipes for Black History Month

Enjoy these Publix Aprons® recipes inspired by the rich traditions and culinary heritage we celebrate as part of Black History Month.