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Kojo Talks Food

kojo42-flip.jpgJames Beard award winner Kojo Nnamdi explores the intersection of food and culture on his radio show, but what makes him so successful? Being a non-foodie helps. He very modestly tells the Washington Post that his show is defined by "the fact that I’m curious, that I like to eat and that I enjoy asking at times what may appear to be dumb questions about what goes into what. Everybody else knows what goes into what on most dishes. I’m clueless. I don’t know what goes into anything." [WaPo]

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