Celebrate Summer and the Second Print Issue of Cuisine Noir Magazine
Actress Tamala Jones assists in cooking up great story lines as medical examiner Dr. Lanie Parish on ABC’s Castle, but readers will be pleased to learn that she is an avowed foodie and gifted home culinarian.
Publisher Sheree Williams sits down with food justice activist Bryant Terry in the magazine’s new column Serving Our Community to talk about his new cookbook and how communities can rebuild itself to help fight food insecurities.Chef Terry also talks about the person that inspired his activism and culinary philosophies, the late chef Edna Lewis.
“Top Chef” winner Kevin Sbraga dishes on being a restaurateur, working with his pastry chef wife and living his dream.
Summer is vacation time. Cuisine Noir serves up two incredible travel stories guaranteed to inspire the wanderlust in us all. Adventurous types as well as families will enjoy our pieces on a Canadian summer and culinary Anguilla, an island known for its rich history as well as its food-centered hospitality.
Chef Berlin Lillard takes us into Cuisine Noir’s test kitchen to sample cool summer fare that beats the heat. Bay Area pastry chef David Benton satisfies the sweet tooth with delectable dessert recipes. And there are the signature summer cocktails created by celebrity mixologist Darryl Robinson from the Cooking Channel’s “Drink Up!”
The summer issue marks the debut of a new section featuring home event design ideas paired with great food and drink recipes. Get tips and ideas for the perfect garden party in this inaugural feature.
Andre Mack, founder and owner of Mouton Noir Wines, discusses his peculiar and mad method for naming his company’s wines and collections.
Bob Marley’s son Rohan Marley and siblings go back to their father’s roots with Marley Coffee for the Behind the Business spotlight.
There are these stories and many more along with Cuisine Noir’s regular features on food, chefs, travel and wine.
For more information on the summer issue, visit www.cuisinenoirmag.com. For media inquiries, interview requests and to receive a complimentary copy for media, contact Robin Caldwell at (646) 807-8637 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Cuisine Noir
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