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The life, contributions, and erasure of America's culinary founding fathers are explored by food historians, celebrated chefs, experts on race, and the African American diaspora. Through their words and the persistence of a curious chef, Ashbell McElveen, the life of America's missing icon comes into focus. Mac & Cheese, French fries, whipped cream, and many other foodie favorites were disseminated from a slave kitchen in Charlottesville at the hands of America's first master chef, James Hemings.

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Mount Morris Library 641.597 FLEMINGS (Text)
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Victor Farmington Library DVD BIO HEM (Text)
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