In the summer of 1793, Yellow Fever swept through Philadelphia and wiped out ten percent of the population. People of means escaped, leaving their African-American slaves behind to tend to the sick. The slaves did so selflessly and the city awarded them two churches in thanks - the first African-American owned properties in America. Chef Staib cooks Citrus Marinated Salmon with an Eggplant Doré.
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