A renowned culinary historian offers a fresh perspective on our most divisive cultural issue, race. His illuminating memoir of southern cuisine and food culture is titled The Cooking Gene. Michael Twitty portrays a slave from the 18th century while cooking and teaching at the Peyton Randolph House in Colonial Williamsburg.
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Following the book talk, free food samples will be available. Delaware Technical Community College – Stanton Culinary Arts students will prepare samples inspired by the recipes in Michael Twitty’s book.