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What prompted you to write this book?
The idea for the book came from an NPR segment from the Kitchen Sisters, Nikki Silva and Davia Nelson, and their series which they call Hidden Kitchens. I listened to a story about Georgia Gilmore's hidden Kitchen contribution to the success of the Montgomery Bus Boycott. From there I started doing research on the role of food in social movements and wrote about it on my blog in a series I call Feeding the Revolution.
Fred Opie interviews artist and educator Dr. David Driskell about the pokeweed plant in his garden.
When the grunion are running, they come to sure to lay their eggs; that's when people gather them and we they can to deep fry and eating on the beach. . . . The law now reads, that grunion must be caught with the bare hands.
Grunion make a tasty morsel, goes without saying. Even the epicureans agree that there are few seafood equal to them when fried in deep fat on the ocean beach soon after they are caught.