Diasporic Flavours: A Night with Cynthia Nelson
Thursday, February 28
Ferris Lounge, Seymour Union
Caribbean cuisine is a true representation of food that has travelled and adapted. Drawing its influence from multiple cuisines, the food of the region is simultaneously a nod to the past as it continues to create unique tastes and textures into the future. Come join us for a tasting of Diasporic flavors and conversation with Guyanese-born culinary artist Cynthia Nelson!
This will be a limited seating event. Sign up will be through the Culinary House or directly by contacting William Hope (firstname.lastname@example.org).
This event is co-sponsored by the Anthropology-Sociology Department, Culinary House, Cultural Events Committee, Stellyes Center for Global Studies, Dean of Faculty, and Dean of Students.