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Barbecue vs. Cookouts: What Does Race Have to Do With the Terminology? – The Root

http://www.theroot.com/articles/culture/2014/06/barbecue_vs_cookouts_what_does_race_have_to_do_with_the_terminology.1.html This was a really quick interview I recently did with Janee Desmond-Harris (@jdesmondharris) of TheRoot.com; @TheRoot.   Her column Race Manners is fascinating and we had a lot of fun talking history, culture and community. Black men cooked for barbecues … Continue reading

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“Kosher Soul” Shabbat | Jewish& – My Jewish Learning

http://www.myjewishlearning.com/blog/jewish-and/2013/12/05/kosher-soul-shabbat-food/ Just in case you missed it…a guest post through Be’Chol Lashon on MyJewishLearning.Com 🙂  Thanks to my friend Rabbi Ruth Abusch-Magder! See her on Twitter: @rabbiruth Next weekend I will be at a Shabbaton hosted by Be’chol Lashon out … Continue reading

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