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Happy Thanksgiving all you wonderful people. Chef Seth Brundle joins Tre’vell and Jarrett for a HEATED convo about the best and less-than-best Thanksgiving side dishes. Friendships are tested, trust is broken, but there is one thing they can all agree on: Thanksgiving is not the time to experiment with new recipes. Period! Don’t listen to this episode on an empty stomach cause Chef Brundle describes how he cooked a turkey three ways, his black truffle mac & cheese, grandma’s dressing, okra stew, and more. Plus, Tre’Vell reveals the one dish you should never, ever serve if you invite them to your Thanksgiving . . . or any holiday.
Our guest hosts Seasoned with Seth Brundle on Buzzfeed and runs The SZNG. Check out his website here. The social clip that Tre’vell played is “Don't Experiment on Thanksgiving Auntie Carmel,” and Seth brought up the Gullah Geechee people that are from the North and South Carolinas as well as Georgia and Florida. On our IG and Twitter, we are encouraging everyone to support Black-owned businesses. Check out our feeds for any ideas.
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Soul Food debuted in 1997 and starred Vanessa Williams, Vivica A. Fox, Nia Long, and Mekhi Phifer. It celebrated Black food and family. Now you can watch it on HBO Max.
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Here are the businesses referenced by Jarrett & Tre’Vell on this week’s episode
Jarrett: MSPIRED ROOM sells candles and home decor.
Jarrett: One'der Years has the resting baby face onesie for all those parents that need a laugh.
Producer Lorraine: Misha's Kind Foods creates plant-based cheeses for the lactose intolerant.
Tre’Vell: Black Like I Never Left creates cool coasters celebrating Black culture.
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Episode Contributors: Jarrett Hill, Laura Swisher, Tre’Vell Anderson, Lorraine Wheat
Graphics: Ashley Nguyen