Food and Politics
Chef Kabui is an urban farmer, organic chef, social commentator and food activist in the Raleigh/Durham area. Informed by his life around peasant farmers and food experience during his young days around his father, he travels widely talking about issues of food, politics and culture.
By Chef Kabui on November 20, 2017
May 2017 Chef Kabui was on a panel on NPR’S WAMU show 1A A Tale of Four Famines The American Anthropological Association featured me in their annual magazine, Anthropology Now: Anthropology News, August 2017 August 23 New York Times bestselling author interviewed on his podcast, Tangentially Speaking: Kabui Sparkroot Farm September Kathryn Barrett-Gaines from the […]
By Chef Kabui on May 12, 2014
April 24. Chef Kabui will be having a day-long event on sustainability at Johnson. C Smith University.The day will start with a lecture to students on the state of the food movement and what it means to African Americans. Chef Kabui will then be joined by students that were involved in the running of the […]
By Chef Kabui on April 18, 2014
The featured Tilapia on the menu will be freshly harvested on site!