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Four years ago, food writer John T. Edge joined chef and activist Tunde Wey in writing “Who Owns Southern Food?” in The Oxford American. Here is a passage by Edge: After the Eater article [“How Gullah Cuisine Has Transformed Charleston Dining”] came out, I exercised my power in what seemed a becalming way. I wrote Hillary Dixler to […]
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