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Sean Brock Wire

sean-brock-new-yorker.jpgThe New Yorker has an epic, nearly 9,000 word profile of South Carolina chef Sean Brock and the history and future of Southern cuisine. Included: heirloom seed antiquing/nerdery, one badass Southern Grandmother, and pork bone-smoked pork (yes, really). [New Yorker]

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