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Join Us for an Evening with Culinary Historian Michael Twitty, Feb. 21
Twitty is an award-winning culinary historian and food
writer whose book The Cooking Gene won the 2018 James
Beard Award for Book of the Year. As a Black and Jewish gay man, his
work speaks to the intersections of identity and the relationships
between food, culture, and social justice. He has been featured on
Netflix shows such as High on the Hog: How African
American Cuisine Transformed America and Waffles and
Mochi, hosted by Michelle Obama. His newest book, Koshersoul,
will be released in 2022.
Bildner Center is pleased to partner with the Center for Social
Justice Education & LGBT Communities, among others at Rutgers, to
present this event.