An Evening with Michael Twitty

Thursday, June 107:00—8:00 PMOnline - Registration is required.Hamilton-Wenham Public Library14 Union Street, South Hamilton, MA, 01982

Michael W. Twitty is an African-American Jewish writer, culinary historian, and educator. He is the author of The Cooking Gene, which won the 2018 James Beard Foundation Book Award for Book of the Year as well as the category for writing. The book was also a finalist for The Kirkus Prize in nonfiction, the Art of Eating Prize and a Barnes and Noble New Discoveries finalist in nonfiction. Twitty has become an icon in his efforts to change food and culinary injustices and traces African roots to help the public understand how African-American food shaped American cuisine. In 2010, he launched Afroculinaria, a culinary history blog that covers African and African-American foodways.

This program is brought to you in a partnership program spearheaded by the Groton Public Library, and our portion was funded by the Friends.

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Online - Registration Required