Frederick Douglass Opie

Frederick Douglass Opie is professor of history and foodways at Babson College. He is the author of several books, including Upsetting the Apple Cart: Black and Latino Coalitions in New York From Protest to Public Office.

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"In 1910 Detroit produced, shipped, and consumed 12 tons of frog legs, 6 million pairs of legs (called 'saddles')," writes Bill Loomis in the article "When Frogs Were King" for Hour Detroit.