Two Black Millennials are Changing the Food Game.

I came across the Chocolate For Basil Instagram page and could hesitate to share how this black millennial is changing the food game. I did a little extensive research and found a website to share more about this movement. In the site, the two owners express themselves as “Jerrelle works as a writer, food stylist, food photographer and recipe contributor for major publications like The Boston Globe and The Kitchen while attending grad school at Boston University in the Gastronomy program. For more information, services, or collaborative projects please contact her at jerrelleguy@gmail.com

Eric studied Computer Engineering at the University of Houston and is a Computer technician for one of the leading accounting firms. He is a music fiend/Hip-Hop head and the artisan behind the cocktails and drinks featured on the blog.  He also holds down the title as one of the best hand models in town! You can find some of his recent handwork/ food collaborations featured on Yahoo Food and Buzzfeed food.”

Jerelle recently launched her cookbook called Black Girl Baking. Find it here on Amazon.

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The Entrepreneur has also managed to keep up an aesthetically pleasing Instagram page with all the great things she and her partner have going on in their lives. Follow Chocolate for Basil Here.

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