Monthly Archives: September 2013

The Food World’s G-20 – WSJ.com

Another cool insight into MAD3 this year in Copenhagen. Continue reading

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Stagville Harvest Dinner Featuring Michael Twitty | La Buena Vida

http://thedish22.wordpress.com/2013/09/15/stagville-harvest-dinner-featuring-michael-twitty/ Torriano Fredericks brings it with mote coverage from the Stagville event. New blog posts and recipes coming this week.  But for now more perspectives on the event and what it meant to people. Thank you Torriano!

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Culinary historian Michael Twitty celebrates cultural roots of Southern fare | Food & Drink | NewsObserver.com

http://www.newsobserver.com/2013/09/14/3191419/culinary-historian-michael-twitty.html Great article by Andrea Weigl! Pulls it altogether!

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From The Historical Epicurean.Com: African-American influences in American Cuisine: Harvest Festival at North Carolina’s, Stagville | THE HISTORICAL EPICUREAN

http://thehistoricalepicurean.com/2013/09/12/african-american-influences-in-american-cuisine-harvest-festival-at-north-carolinas-stagville/ What a fantastic blog piece reflecting the views and takeaways of two esteemed visitors.  Thank you Sabrina and Derrick (@about_bbq on Twitter) for great pics and a full treatment of what we worked to do.  Many thanks for a … Continue reading

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Historic Stagville slave re-enactment serves another side of history | News | TheDurhamNews.com

http://www.thedurhamnews.com/2013/09/10/3180679/historic-stagville-slave-re-enactment.html

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WUNC: Interview on Culinary Justice and the Stagville Dinner from “The State of Things With Frank Stasio”

I really enjoyed being on the State of Things with Frank Stasio.  He is more than a public radio icon, he’s actually a very keen food activist whose work is incredibly important.  He knows my Kenyan buddy Chef Kabui who … Continue reading

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