51: Brittany Luse’s Recipe for Weeknight Collard Greens & Weekend Grits
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You might recognize Brittany Luse’s sharp takes and quick wit from shows like For Colored Nerds or It’s Been A Minute. But did you know that she can cook? This week, Brittany Luse talks to Jesse about the rampant abuse of cheese in food media, why you should never cook for a man, and her one recipe: Weeknight Collard Greens & Weekend Grits. (And, no, she will not be getting into the sweet vs. savory grit debate.) Brittany Luse is an award-winning journalist and cultural critic. You can follow her on Instagram @bmluse and listen to her show It’s Been A Minute on NPR. Broadcast dates for this episode: April 11, 2023 (originally aired) November 21, 2023 (rebroadcast) If you like our show, don’t forget to hit like and subscribe and leave us a review!  Help support The One Recipe, and shows from APM Studios that bring people together, with a donation of any amount today.
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