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The Washington Post Review of The Cooking Gene 

https://www.washingtonpost.com/outlook/tracing-his-urge-to-cook-through-slavery-and-the-south/2017/08/18/1aeaa6de-6e19-11e7-96ab-5f38140b38cc_story.html?utm_term=.9a21def40ce7 This is cool. I pretty much like it and go, aiight.  I guess I’d like to correct a few things. 1. Because of an unscrupulous landlord and some failures on the part of the City of Rockville Code Enforcement … Continue reading

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Washington Post Food Section Profile

http://wpo.st/9LHC1 I just wanted to share with everyone this fantastic food section profile by Michaele Weissman on the growth of my work. It says a lot about how I got here and what keeps me here.  I want to thank … Continue reading

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Rice Grown in Maryland

I am pleased to share with you that I am quoted in the December 17th story on a rice grower in Maryland by Tim Carman  (@timcarman) of the Washington Post.  Enjoy the story here:  http://www.washingtonpost.com/lifestyle/food/rice-grown-in-maryland-farmer-sees-a-future-that-doesnt-involve-flooding/2013/12/16/e4b6ccee-523a-11e3-9e2c-e1d01116fd98_story.html I will say this–I was … Continue reading

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