- Carey has written about the history of Kenyan food culture for Serious Eats, including topics such as mutura, a controversial goat blood sausage.
- His work also explores literary culture and politics, and he has contributed to the likes of Electric Literature and Literary Hub, amongst others.
- He sings with a secret choir in Nairobi.
Carey Baraka is a writer from Kisumu, Kenya who has written about various aspects of Kenyan food culture for Serious Eats. In addition to food, his work explores the topics of literary culture and politics, and he has also contributed to The Takeout, Electric Literature, Literary Hub, and Gay Magazine.
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