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Chef Michael Twitty explores the culinary traditions of slaves 

T he Southeastern seaboard is where thousands of shackled, malnourished African slaves emerged from hellish journeys to find odd comfort in growing conditions reasonably similar to their homelands. Historian and chef Michael Twitty has dedicated his life's work to the study of…

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