In "For the Culture," chef and author Klancy Miller delves into the tapestry of Black women's influence on food. 

Through interviews with 66 individuals, Miller meticulously chronicles the historical significance and legacy of Black women in the culinary world. 

She writes that they “carry on a rich, sacred tradition that Black women have been at the center of – cooking meals that bring people together and allow our humanity and love to be shared.” 

Tune in Thursday morning on NY1, when the next guest in the "Mornings On 1 Authors Week" series stops by.