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Monica Bhide made a name for herself in the D.C. region and beyond as an award-winning writer covering the intersection of food and culture. Now she’s channeling her passion for writing and for food into fiction with her debut novel, “Karma And The Art Of Butter Chicken.” Kojo chats with Bhide about telling stories through food and how culture connects her family’s history in India with her present life in the Washington area.
- Monica Bhide Food writer; Author, "Karma And The Art Of Butter Chicken" (Bodes Well Publishing, September 2016)
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