Frazier History Museum

Farm To Frazier : Culinary Roots

Featuring Michael Twitty, Chef and Food Historian
Monday, June 5, 2017

Program 6:30-7:30 pm / Dinner 7:30-9:00 pm

"Food Provides a visceral lens through which to understand history" - Michael Twitty

Join Michael Twitty, chef, culinary historian, and award-winning author and blogger on his mission to reconstruct, revive, and revere the traditional African American foodways of the Antebellum South. There will be live music throughout the night brought to you by Karter Louis & the G.O.A.T. Band.
Following the program, an optional Antebellum Chef-inspired dinner and up close experience with Twitty, a  TED Fellow and Smith Fellow at the Southern Foodways Alliance Fellow, will take place in the Frazier’s rooftop garden. Michael Twitty will be working with Wiltshire Pantry Bakery and Cafe's Susan Hershberg and Wiltshire at The Speed Art Museum's Coby Ming on the dinner! It is going to be an unforgettable experience for your soul and your palate.

Program: $12 general admission/FREE to Frazier members.
Rooftop dinner (includes the program price): $100

To purchase tickets, please call (502) 753-5663.

This very special program is made possible with the support of the Lincoln Foundation and New Roots, Inc.