Twitty is black, Jewish and gay. He writes about all those things on his blog Afroculinaria and increasingly, in mainstream media publications. His mission is to explain where American food traditions come from, and to shed light on African Americans’ contributions to those traditions which most historical accounts have long ignored.
It seems as if birds, those creatures of earth and sky, are drawn to Alan Bench and Knoll. Back on the first day of summer, sitting on Alan Bench, I heard a harsh call. A sharpie flew up and perched for a moment at the top of a dead locust in the center of Alan Knoll, giving me time to note its reddish breast and neck, speckled reddish belly, brown back blotched with white, and a banded, flat edged tail.
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