domingo, 9 de junio de 2013

in the kitchen with: nicole taylor?s cherokee rose pound cake

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Rose season is just winding down, but this week?s recipe for a Cherokee Rose Pound Cake by food maven and host of Hot Grease on Heritage Radio network, Nicole Taylor, is one more way to keep the rose around.  I had the immense pleasure of meeting Nicole in mid-April.  We had a mini food tour of a few blocks of Brooklyn, and it was so great to hear Nicole?s passion for food and Southern food culture, and her knowledge of the New York food scene.  People like Nicole make me want to live in New York so bad it hurts my heart!    Like many of the guests here on the column, I?d love to be Nicole?s neighbor, in hopes of being invited over for dinner every now and then!  Nicole?s recipe for Cherokee Rose Pound Cake is based on the state flower from her home state.  It is a moist dense cake with a delicate rose flavor which is hard to resist!  -Kristina About Nicole: Georgia-native Nicole A. Taylor has been an artisan candy maker, an activist, and a social media maven, and is currently the host of Hot Grease, a progressive food culture radio program on Heritage Radio Network and principal of NAT Media. A member of Food Systems Network NYC, Southern Foodways Alliance, Black Urban Growers (BUGs), and a frequent panelist at New York City food events. Nicole worked for the Brooklyn Food Coalition, raised funds for the Urban Justice Center through the Vendy Awards, instructed a GED and internship program that weaves in urban farming and now facilitates media literacy programs for The LAMP.  This Spring, Nicole is a guest blogger for Southern Foodways Alliance. Her most recent amazing food experiences have been in Richmond, Virginia, and Melbourne, Australia.  You can hear all about them on her weekly radio show.  Visit our archives for Nicoles rice and harissa chickpeas recipe. (Above, some roses from my yard) See Nicoles cake recipe after the jump. (more)

 

 

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