Adrian Miller talks about the past and future of soul food at Cora Faye's tonight
Cora Faye's serves some of Denver's best soul food.
Tonight at Cora Faye's, Slow Food Denver is hosting an evening with sou- food scholar and author Adrian Miller, a finalist for the James Beard Foundation award for his book Soul Food: The Surprising Story of an American Cuisine, One Plate at a Time.
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"We're going to eat, and we're going to talk about where soul food is going," Miller promises. The menu for the evening includes fried chicken, catfish, collard greens, black- eyed peas, candied yams, cornbread, hushpuppies, sweet potato pie and peach cobbler.
Tickets (if still available) are $38 for Slow Food members and $43 for non-members; RSVP here.
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