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    Lakeith Stanfield will star in an adaptation of Kwame Onwuachi’s ‘Notes From a Young Black Chef.’

    Emily Temple

    July 16, 2019, 10:28am

    Last night, Variety reported that Lakeith Stanfield (also known as the actual best part of Atlanta, there I said it, don’t @ me) to star in a feature film adaptation of Kwame Onwuachi’s Notes From a Young Black Chef—which is an essential cooking memoir that you should go read immediately if you haven’t already. Randy McKinnon will adapt the script from the memoir, which was written by Onwuachi along with Joshua David Stein.

    While you wait for what is sure to be a feast for the senses in more ways than one, you can read an excerpt from the memoir here.

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