Monthly Archives: April 2012

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We are Featured on the CNN Food Blog: Eatocracy

Great Feature over at Eatocracy Please check it out and share it.  And remember only 6 days left to help donate to the Cooking Gene Project and there are many great gifts still left to be claimed.

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Featured in the CNN Food Blog: Eatocracy

Hey our newest Cooking Gene press is on CNN’s food blog, Eatocracy!  Here I am talking about the Cooking Gene means to me and to the future of American food in Chefs With Issues!  Enjoy 🙂 AND SHARE AND SHARE AND … Continue reading

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Countdown to the Campaign’s End: I’m Proud to be a Collard Person :)

Yes, we’re going to keep posting it until the campaign ends on May 6th, at 11:59 PM Pacific Time……Because that’s how crowdfunding works and this work is not a hobby–its a job–we say G-d bless to our 70-plus funders thus … Continue reading

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When life gives you overripe Mangoes….make Mango Salsa

This is a simple Mango Salsa with no more than seven ingredients.  I would put it on fish or chicken or if you are a seafood eater–use it with coconut shrimp, etc.  See Indian, Jamaican/Caribbean, Afro-Brazilian, modern West African and … Continue reading

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Michael Pollan’s Tweet about The Cooking Gene

In the past few weeks since author Nancie McDermott gave her outrageously wonderful donaton to The Cooking Gene, and since my friend Sandor Katz started talking it up, there have been a lot of good connections flowing around The Cooking … Continue reading

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Late Spring can’t come fast enough….Cymlings and an African American Heirloom Potato

So I have no beautiful food pictures for this….boo hoo–to come later.   I realize that the standard in food blogging is to have it right there, cook it up, and have it ready in stunning photographic orgasm for the … Continue reading

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