Chef Justin Anthony brings a taste of South Africa to Atlanta
Saturday, 19 September 2020
Atlanta restauranteur Justin Anthony was not a trained chef, but always thought the food from his native South Africa might be a hit in the U.S. He was proven right, expanding to four eateries in the city before the pandemic hit and turned his attention to something else -- feeding his community and the health care workers on the front lines. Just before the pandemic, Dana Jacobson sat down with Anthony to enjoy a culinary tour of his homeland.
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