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Chef Sean Brock Re-imagines Southern Cuisine

Chef Sean Brock Re-imagines Southern Cuisine

Food journalist Jane Black asks: “What contemporary chef, whether motivated by passion or public relations, doesn’t espouse the righteousness of heirloom varieties and local sourcing?” In steps Sean Brock of Husk, a chef fixed on regional flavors and identity preservation of local, endangered heirlooms. Working as a farmer, seed saver, and chef, Sean is a culinary historian in his own right. As he says, “we’re trying to create a sense of time and place.”

Read more about Sean Brock's inspirations and motivations!

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