A Soulful New Year's

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Adrian Miller
Take a trip around the world to learn New Year's food traditions with the Soul Food Chef Adrian Miller in this single-session seminar. Adrian is a James Beard Award-winning food writer who is passionate about sharing his knowledge of global culture with curious learners––no cooking experience required. What better way to prepare for your own delicious New Year's celebration?!
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People around the world often celebrate auspicious occasions with a glorious spread of food. The first day of the calendar year is one such occasion. In this workshop, Miller will give attendees a guided tour of different New Year's Day food traditions around the world. Miller will then take a closer look at how people with roots in the American South traditionally eat on New Year's Day, namely greens for prosperity and black-eyed peas for good luck with cooking demonstrations for each dish. You'll be sent a shopping list in time before the event so that you can follow along with the cooking demonstration!

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A Soulful New Year's

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Adrian Miller

Monday, December 28th, 5:30pm-6:30pm PT / 8:30pm-9:30pm ET
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People around the world often celebrate auspicious occasions with a glorious spread of food. The first day of the calendar year is one such occasion. In this workshop, Miller will give attendees a guided tour of different New Year's Day food traditions around the world. Miller will then take a closer look at how people with roots in the American South traditionally eat on New Year's Day, namely greens for prosperity and black-eyed peas for good luck with cooking demonstrations for each dish. You'll be sent a shopping list in time before the event so that you can follow along with the cooking demonstration!

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