Chef Asata brings updated and delicious versions of soul food classics, minus the meat! Learn how to create fresh and delicious classics like smokey greens, black eyed peas and spiced sweet potatoes with less fat and all the flavor.
Experience how herbs and spices, and a range of cooking techniques can bring out the big, bold flavors that have made Soul Food famous. Hear how Soul Food evolved from African roots to meager rations, and kitchen gardens to a uniquely American treasure. Now the tradition of sharing these savory and sweet favorites can be enjoyed by a wider range of friends and family while celebrating the rich heritage of these dishes and their plant-based roots.
Saturday July 31st at 3pm