J. Nevadomski is the author of the long-running "Highlife for Lowlifes" series (2013-present) and is a food and culture contributor to All WNY News and CITY Newspaper. Also a veteran of the Rochester art and music scene, he lives in the Park Ave area of Rochester and keeps a yearly urban vegetable garden.
Topics like culture, art & fine dining are not reserved exclusively for the élite in our society. Regardless of what you look like, your background, or where you fall on the income ladder, you have the ability to influence, experience and appreciate these things.
What you eat, where you eat and where you buy your food are immensely political choices. There are few acts more subversive than growing and cooking your own food.
You need no-ones permission to cook well, have an opinion or develop your taste & palate. You need only the courage to explore.
If you enjoy and would like to support these endeavors.