February 2017 Sips & Stanzas: Soul Food


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Soul Food is a term used for an ethnic cuisine, food traditionally prepared and eaten by African Americans of the Southern United States. Historically, there’s always been a connection of music and food. From Mista singing about Blackberry Molasses never changing to Anthony Hamilton’s Cornbread, Fish and Collard Greens, the relationship between the two, has shaped our culture and some of America’s greatest hits. Join us for this discussion and a tasty journey through time.

Thu, February 16, 2017

6pm – Dinner (Let’s go dutch!) Music and Sips

6:30pm – Discussion


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