Every culture has it's own cuisine and every cuisine has it's own secret history.
What happens when chefs use food to tell stories of the forgotten contributions of slaves to the culinary industry?
On February 28th, 2018, Noire Soiree in partnership with Black Chef's Network and Charge Up! Campaign, will host "A Taste of BCN: A Culinary Art Exhibition." Being held at one of Atlanta's premiere venues, this is one journey you would not want to miss.
"A Taste of BCN" gives attendees an in-depth look at food, its origin and the journey of culinary influences, rich in traditions and history. Each display tells the history and stories exploring the past, present and future of food and how their cultural influence is used in our mutually diverse menu.
Join us as we take you on a historical culinary journey as chefs tell stories of indigenous foods, their respective cultures and their journey from different lands. Explore where some of your favorite foods originate from. Learn how various herbs, spices, animals and people indigenous to the African region moved together around the globe to shape the world's agriculture and culinary landscape.
PLEASE! Do NOT touch the art! CONSUME IT! Our mission is to make sure that the contribution of slaves to America's culinary traditions isn't forgotten. Long removed are the the stories of slaves which tell of the history of food and the migration of their people throughout American history. Our goal is simple: Educate. Inspire. Empower.
A portion of proceeds benefit Charge Up Campaign, an independent 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Please note, ticket purchase is tax-deductible...so come out and PARTY WITH A PURPOSE!
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