Monthly Archives: December 2014

We need Kwanzaa more than ever this year | Michael W Twitty | Comment is free | The Guardian

http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2014/dec/26/black-lives-kwanzaa-2014 My contribution to the Guardian in honor of Kwanzaa, in which we are in the midst, the seven day harvest festival, a time to recommit to action and reflection to values that work together for the good of the … Continue reading

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Soul food with schmaltz – Jewish World FeaturesIsrael News – Haaretz Israeli News source

http://www.haaretz.com/mobile/.premium-1.632538?v=362C29133DD23C3FC9C26CB5BA00C9A0 Hey it speaks for itself! Nirit Ben – Ari did such an excellent job with this piece. I felt like she did my feelings and ideas proud and a bit more of the real me came through. Very happy … Continue reading

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Karen Hess: Food historian, caustic critic of American food scene – Chicago Tribune

http://www.chicagotribune.com/lifestyles/food/sc-food-1212-giants-hess-20141208-story.html.  Here’s my little quote in a story by Bill Daley on the legacy of Karen Hess.

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My Master Dry Brine Recipe for #Giving Tuesday

Hey Everyone! I would like to take this opportunity to say thank you for the HUGE upswing in followers on social media and the increasing number of subscribers to Afroculinaria.  I would like to thank you by sharing my master … Continue reading

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