Monthly Archives: February 2014

Culinary historian Michael Twitty visits Purdue | WISHTV.com

My appearance on WISH Indianapolis w master chef Chef Conway of the John Perdue Room. Continue reading

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Afro-Texan Culinary Connections (podcast) – Field and Feast

http://www.fieldandfeast.com/featured-articles/afro-texan-culinary-connection-podcast/ Special thanks to Cecilia Nasti for nabbing me for an interview while I was in Texas!  It was an honor to be interviewed by such a treasure to the state’s food culture and dialogue. Lets keep the fire going!

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Michael Twitty: Keeping Culinary Traditions Alive – Cuisine Noir Magazine

http://www.cuisinenoirmag.com/the-latest-scoop/michael-twitty-keeping-culinary-traditions-alive

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Virginia Conversations: Afro-Cuisine | Virginia Public Radio

http://virginiapublicradio.org/2014/02/07/virginia-conversations-afro-cuisine/ Today’s Virginia Conversations, for Black History Month a discussion on African Virginian foodways. ENJOY! 

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The Antebellum Chef in Texas : TMBBQ

BBQ, Texas, barbecue, antebellum, Daniel Vaughn Continue reading

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