Wearing a $2,500 costume and using period-appropriate cooking implements, heirloom seeds and heritage breeds, culinary historian Michael Twitty gives living history demonstrations at Colonial Williamsburg and other Southern plantations.
Wearing a $2,500 costume and using period-appropriate cooking implements, heirloom seeds and heritage breeds, culinary historian Michael Twitty gives living history demonstrations at Colonial Williamsburg and other Southern plantations. Submitted photo
Wearing a $2,500 costume and using period-appropriate cooking implements, heirloom seeds and heritage breeds, culinary historian Michael Twitty gives living history demonstrations at Colonial Williamsburg and other Southern plantations. Submitted photo
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The daily dish on Kansas City's food and drink scene

As a crusader against culinary injustice, Michael Twitty draws on his eclectic roots

April 25, 2017 08:00 AM

UPDATED April 25, 2017 08:00 AM

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