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Vertamae Smart-Grosvenor died last week at the age of 79. Born in Hampton County, South Carolina, she was an author, an actress, an anthropologist, a musician, a television and radio personality, and through it all a champion of Gullah-Geechee... The author of the influential 1970 memoir and cookbook Vibration Cooking: or, The Travel Notes of a Geechee Girl , she joined her friends James Baldwin, Nina Simone, and Maya Angelou in exploring and expressing the African-American experience... “I don’t have culinary limitations because I’m ‘black. ’ On the other hand, I choose to write about ‘Afro-American’ cookery because I’m ‘black’ and know the wonderful, fascinating culinary history there is. And because the Afro-American cook has been so underappreciated,” Smart-Grosvenor wrote in... “Vertamae gave voice to something that I don’t think anyone has articulated better since. When she talked about vibration and feeling and a pinch of this and a handful of that, she was saying that there’s an intelligence to the way we cook, an innovative genius, a flow. She brought a feeling of validity to something we couldn’t articulate before. Some people balk at the term ‘soul food,’ but to me it’s an extremely appropriate descriptor of her work. She said that from your soul, from the core of your emotional self, comes the best cooking—cooking that connects you to your past, your future, and the people around you. ” — Michael Twitty, author, Afroculinaria. “Like Edna Lewis, Vertamae was instrumental in changing the way that we think about African-American contributions to American food—and Southern food specifically—at a time when no one was talking about crediting black people for anything. What she did for me and, I think, for everyone is encourage us to speak whatever our own truth is. I’m a Western beach girl, and I didn’t always feel comfortable in Southern food circles. I remember when she was invited by the Southern Foodways Alliance to do a performance, sort a food opera, at the courthouse in Oxford, Mississippi. That courthouse is fraught with history, and there she was at one point in the judge’s chair. ” — Jessica B. Harris, author and African-American. Source: Garden and Gun
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Jessica Lundy, Actress: The Stupids. Jessica Lundy made her film debut in the film Bright Lights, Big City (1988), and soon appeared in Vampire's Kiss (1988), 0094824 ...
Jessica Lundy; Born (1966-03-20) March 20, 1966 (age 50) San Diego, California, U.S. Occupation: Actress: Years active: 1988-present
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Jessica Lundy made her film debut in the film Bright Lights, Big City (1988), and soon appeared in Vampire's Kiss (1988), 0094824, and many others.