John Martin Taylor is listening

A chat with the globetrotting Hoppin' John

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Culinary historian John Martin Taylor is intimately associated with the study and revival of traditional Lowcountry cuisine, both as author of Hoppin’ John’s Lowcountry Cooking (1992) and founder of Hoppin’ John’s bookstore, which operated in downtown Charleston from 1986-1999. Just before his latest international move, he dialed into a Zoom call from his home in Cambodia to talk with The Food Section about his newest book, Charleston to Phnom Penh: A Cook’s Journal.   


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