Monthly Archives: April 2014

Hey Cliven Bundy, Freedom Beats Picking Cotton

Sooo…I heard about this rancher who was angry about not being able to graze on “his land,” (Let’s ask the Shoshone, Ute and Paiute and other First Nations about that claim…)  and I was really disturbed that someone with some sort of … Continue reading

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The MADFeed — Nyapo’s Garden and the Terroir of MemoryMichael…

http://madfeed.co/post/82287098089/michael-twitty-mad-terroir-of-memory A few months ago I was asked to do a piece for the MAD food blog by Gabe Ulla and Rene Redzepi…yes that Rene: ..a piece about culinary justice in action. Here you can read about how one very … Continue reading

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The Washington Post: Passover With A Strictly Biblical Flavor

http://m.washingtonpost.com/lifestyle/food/passover-with-a-strictly-biblical-flavor/2014/04/07/f6893c04-b531-11e3-b899-20667de76985_story.html Special thanks to Rhea Yablon Kennedy for a fantastic sampling in the Washington Post and a for a great adaptation of my Barbecue Lamb Rub.  The tested recipe shot looks beautiful!! Happy Pesach!

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Culinary historian explores culture, heritage through food | GoUpstate.com

http://www.goupstate.com/article/20140403/ARTICLES/140409905/1088/sports?Title=Culinary-historian-explores-culture-heritage-through-food

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