Monthly Archives: September 2015

How Black Chefs Paved the Way for American Cuisine | First We Feast

http://firstwefeast.com/eat/how-black-chefs-paved-the-way-for-american-cuisine/ Enjoy this recent piece published on First We Feast.  A note: Why no Edna Lewis? Edna was better known for her cookbooks, recipes and philosophical gifts. She did stints as a chef, but that was ultimately not her true … Continue reading

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Bringing Soul to Your Rosh Hashanah | The Weiser Kitchen

http://theweiserkitchen.com/bringing-soul-to-your-rosh-hashanah/ I am honored to share this guest blog post on The Weiser Kitchen!  It’s Rosh Hoshanah time! Here’s a great recipe for black eyed pea hummus.  Here’s an excerpt to whet your appetite: ” Black-eyed peas are a traditional … Continue reading

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