A graduate of Kenyon College, he lives and works in New York City.
Like Mustipher, Kenyon sees preparing vintage recipes as a way of exploring history.
He was raised in Maryland, studied at Kenyon, and traveled to Egypt to teach English to children for the summer.
Take Marsala Gelee—retro gelatin shots—which Kenyon recently attempted.
After combat duty in the Pacific, he put in four years at Kenyon College and a year at Yale Drama.
For a while, they wandered in that same broad valley which Kenyon had viewed with such delight from the Monte Beni tower.
One of them (Kenyon's A) was contemporary, or nearly so, with the scribe.
In the six or seven sordid, awful weeks that followed before Kenyon was born, they turned for comfort and for help to Dr. Nesbit.
All the same he meant to see Kenyon, and later, perhaps, Forrest.
Kenyon had rallied so surprisingly, and had himself begged them to play.