August 1, 2017, renowned, award-winning culinary historian & chef Michael Twitty's memoir, THE COOKING GENE (HarperCollins), released to the world. His work explores historic African and African-American culinary traditions, intertwining with it his own personal genetic ancestry story.
I'm proud to report that Michael Twitty allowed me to interpret his family's DNA results and am thus featured in his amazing testimony (see sample below from Chapter 8, pg. 131-132):
THE COOKING GENE has garnered Michael Twitty even more national attention, with great reviews by New York Times, Economist, Washington Post, etc. He has an exhibit at the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History & Culture, and has been featured frequently on TV shows (Bazaar Foods), news programs, as well as old plantations (including Colonial Williamsburg).
Please join me in supporting the enigmatic Michael Twitty by purchasing your copy of THE COOKING GENE today. And you get to read the rest of our conversation!!! ... Available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Kindle, etc.
i liked the cooking gene and i support itReplyDelete
Great job here on _______ I read a lot of blog posts, but I never heard a topic like this. I Love this topic you made about the blogger's bucket list. Very resourceful. https://thestorefrontcompany.com/ReplyDelete
Cooking at a low temperature, usually in a stainless steel or ceramic pot, conveys heat uniformly through its contents thus enhancing the cooking process hereReplyDelete
The Delonghi FH1130 Multifry is the best deep fat fryer in the UK overall, thanks to its design that lets you use the minimal amount of oil possible to make some of the best fried foods. http://fryingchef.co.uk/ReplyDelete
Read the entire Cooking Recipes carefully before starting, and make sure you have all the ingredients, appliances and utensils ready.ReplyDelete