Monday, October 12, 2015
"Cornbread and Coltrane", with guest DJ Bryant Terry, Nov 7, 2015 in Oakland
A special evening at Sound & Savor as the fine chef and cookbook author/culinary historian Bryant Terry will be in the house spinning music all evening while Cori and i cook up a 5 course menu inspired by his books and from the wealth of culinary treasures from the African diaspora.
Saturday, November 7, 2015
limited space for 20
for more information or to register, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
5 course menu to be announced:
expect the following ingredients to be appearing:
pumpkins, cornbread, pears, okra, tempeh, black eyed peas, allspice, coconuts, bananas, chocolate, apples, collards, mustard greens, sourdough. The very special cuisines of Jamaica, Trinidad, West Africa and the Southeast United States will be represented with the sounds of Monk, Coltrane, Sun Ra, Ellington and other great African American masters fill your ears
Bryant Terry is a renowned chef and cookbook author and culinary historian. His books highlight vegan approaches to the African diaspora of food, exploring the culinary wealth of ingredients, techniques and recipes that have spread from Africa to the Caribbean, and all over the Americas. The decolonization of "soul food" is an integral part of his agenda.
There will be a lot of improvising going on in the kitchen, as always! We will start with these ideas as springboards:
Texas caviar on homemade sourdough toast
Caribbean pumpkin soup: Spicy flavors Jamaican abound in this soup as chili peppers and pumkin meet allspice garnished with pumpkin fritters.
apple smoked tempeh with roasted pureed butternut squash, wrapped in collard leaf, smothered in barbecuse sauce.
pecan chocolate bourbon pie
Banana Chcocolate coconut ice cream