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Chef Michael Twitty Teaches History and Nurtures Harmony with Every Meal | @BCBSNC

http://blog.bcbsnc.com/2017/05/chef-michael-twitty-teaches-history-nurtures-harmony-every-meal/ Cool interview. Really enjoyed it. Enjoy! Advertisements

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#WorldBookDay Pre-Order The Cooking Gene today

  On November 8, 2016, HarperCollins will release my first book:  The Cooking Gene:  A Journey through African American Culinary History in the Old South.     RACE.  We are fascinated by it and imprisoned by it, frustrated by it … Continue reading

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Introducing Denzel Mitchell of Five Seeds Farm in Baltimore

It was my great pleasure to receive an email from Denzel Mitchell saying how he really admired my work and how it inspired him to grow the Maryland fish pepper.  Denzel’s long labored efforts at making an organic-trending, sustainable, local … Continue reading

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