Museum of the African Diaspora and Chef-in-Residence, Bryant Terry present the 2017 Diaspora Dinner
An evening with Culinary & Cultural Historian, Michael W. Twitty Celebrating his new book The Cooking Gene: A Journey Through African-American Culinary History in the Old South.“In addition to Twitty being a brilliant writer, he is a Black, openly gay, progressive Jew—pretty much the reason G-d created the Bay Area—the true embodiment of the diaspora."- MoAD Chef-in-Residence Bryant TerryTuesday, August 29
6:30pm The Museum Champagne & small bites
7:15pm Procession to the St. Regis
7:30pm A dining and cultural experience weaving a multi-course meal created by Chefs Twitty and Terry, inspired by African-American food traditions; lively conversation with Chef Twitty & food writer, Stephen Satterfield; and the musical collage of Jazz and Soul vocalist, Valerie Troutt. $250 Includes signed copy of The Cooking Gene. Seating is limited. Proceeds benefit the artistic programs of the Museum of the African Diaspora. 2017diasporadinner.eventbrite.com
$250 Includes signed copy of The Cooking Gene. Seating is limited. Proceeds benefit the artistic programs of the Museum of the African Diaspora.
The Chef-in-Residence Series is generously underwritten by Kaiser Permanente
Cover photo by: Jonathan M. Lewis