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Breaking down cultural barriers through the culinary arts.
Macon, Georgia – From Africa to Asia, South America and beyond, the Tubman African American Museum plans to take you on a culinary journey- one that will tantalize your taste buds, as well as showcase the multi-cultural aspect of the museum.
On Sunday, June 24th, 2012, twenty-eight local chefs and “celebrity chefs” will set up tables at the Tubman Museum. The idea is to showcase comfort food, or soul food, from various cultures. Co-chairing the event is Kay Stephens with the Tubman’s Pan African Festival, as well as Gary Schecterle, M Food & Culture’s Editor and Owner of the Thai bistro, Lemongrass.
A wide variety of foods will be available for sample, including foods from Nigeria, Jamaica, Egypt, Thailand, China, “Southern” American as well as traditional “Soul Food” favorites. Guests can take a culinary journey around the world, as well as view one-of-a-kind pieces of art from the Tubman’s permanent and changing exhibits.
Staff and volunteers will be available to share their expertise with guests - education and outreach opportunities, special events, and membership options will be available.
Cost for the event will be $25 and includes a tour of the museum, food, entertainment, a signature International Taste of Soul drink, door prizes, discount in the gift shop, as well as opportunities to learn more about the Tubman African American Museum.
For more information, or to purchase tickets, call 478-743-8544 or visit our website at http://www.tubmanmuseum.com
OR if you simply want to make a donation to the event, give me a call at 478-743-8544.