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Klancy Miller’s Honoring Black, Culinary Women ‘For the Culture’

She wanted a magazine to honor us in the food and wine industries, so she created it

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Klancy Miller. Photo: Kelly Marshall

Klancy Miller is doing it for the culture. Literally. Throughout the course of her career as a trained pastry chef, cookbook author, and food writer, Miller noticed that the stories of Black women in the food, wine…

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Tonya Abari

Tonya Abari

Introverted ENFJ. Writer. Storyteller. Dreamer. Find her on Instagram @iamtabari.

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