When on a picnic I want as many flavors as possible. I honestly don’t care if they complement one another or not, because I don’t…Read More
Kiano Moju is a Los Angeles-based culinary producer and on-screen personality, as well as the founder and principal of Jikoni, a culinary creative studio in the city's Arts District. She was previously a producer with BuzzFeed’s culinary video vertical, Tasty, where she produced such viral successes as Party Rice Around Africa, How to Make Moist Carrot Cake, Making Rainbow Croissants, and Making a 4 Flavor Cheesecake. In 2019, Kiano departed BuzzFeed and launched Jikoni — one-part creative studio, one-part community-based food site, and educational platform, one-part digital magazine. Jikoni has partnered with Refinery29 and Netflix, and hosted a number of specialty events, such as the popular “Cooking for the African Diaspora” series. She holds a bachelor's degree in Communications and Rhetorical Studies from Syracuse University, and a Master of Arts in Publishing from the University of the Arts London.