Writing Deliciously with Brittany Hutson

Episode 9 August 05, 2019 01:01:58
Writing Deliciously with Brittany Hutson
Afros and Knives
Writing Deliciously with Brittany Hutson
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Hosted By

Tiffani Rozier

Show Notes

Brittany has a passion and expertise in storytelling, which has led to a 10+ year career in print and radio journalism. She's written for publications like Black Enterprise, Essence, The Wall Street Journal, and Eater Detroit, to name a few, covering entrepreneurship, community development, food, and culture. In 2017 she launched Fed & Bougie, a food & lifestyle blog, that celebrated people of color in the food industry. On her blog, she features Black-owned restaurants, highlights food-centered events, and shares snippets of her own life, such as trekking through spice farms in Zanzibar.

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