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‘Cooking Saved My Life’ — Being Taken Seriously As A Black Chef | Personal

Chef Brian Hill has experienced success in the culinary world as a cook on Top Chef and as the personal chef for Mary J. Blige, Eddie Murphy and Mariah Carey. But when people walk into his downtown D.C. restaurant, they still don’t believe that he, a black man, is actually the chef and owner.

Following HuffPost’s interview in December 2018, chef Brian Hill told us he closed his D.C. restaurant on Jan. 21.

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