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Cuisine Noir’s June Issue
Oakland, CA (BlackNews.com) — Summer is here which means that it is all about good food and music to set the mood and keep the party going.
The current issue of Cuisine Noir (CN) highlights the some of the best in the music industry who also just happen to love food.
Wendy Williams doesn’t hold back when she dishes to CN’s Damon Hodge about her love for food and what creates the perfect culinary experience.
In the interview, she candidly states “To me, there’s no pastrami sandwich without Thousand Island dressing, there’s no roast beef or tuna without Miracle Whip.” And it doesn’t stop there.
R&B/Jazz saxophonist Gerald Albright just released his 14th CD, Pushing the Envelope, on June 15th while his wife Glynis is also doing her thing with the family company, Just Sweet Enough, a gourmet food line that focuses on nutrients to help combat health challenges. Together since they were 13 years-old, they are the perfect example of the harmony created by good music and good food.
They are joined in the issue by long-time friend and air personality Miranda Wilson whose sweet potato pies are still music to fans’ ears off the airwaves.
Wanda Hennig is back home in South Africa for the 2010 World Cup and captured all of the preliminaries in this month’s Delicious Life. The top 5 summer events are featured and etiquette in public places wrap up the current issue of Cuisine Noir.
Readers joining Cuisine Noir on Facebook will have the opportunity to win the latest CDs by Gerald Albright, Arturo Sandoval, Mindi Abair, and more this month in celebration of Black Music Month. Approaching its first year anniversary, Cuisine Noir is the #1 resource for African-American chefs, foodies and wine enthusiasts.
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