Today’s guest is Therese Nelson, chef and founder of Black Culinary History, an organization she started in 2008 as a way to connect chefs of color in order to preserve black heritage throughout the African culinary diaspora. She works to promote, share and preserve the legacy and work of black chefs for the next generation. Chef Nelson is a proud product of Newark, NJ where she was born and raised. She is a graduate of Johnson and Wales University and has worked in kitchens in Hilton, Marriott and the Four Seasons.
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