This episode features Keya Meggett, who is chronicling her (kinda mystical) return to her roots at Going Back Gullah. Keya is a chef by training, so we had a lot of talk about how food links us to our families, why cooking with little kids isn't all it's cracked up to be, and some honest talk about okra!
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