Virtual Cooking Demonstration with Bad Vegen Cafe
October 15 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
If you’re looking for a creative way to use those fall vegetables, then join this live virtual cooking demonstration with Chef Tiesha Muhammed-Bey, owner of Bad Vegen Café. Learn how to make a vegan West African peanut soup using seasonal ingredients from local food producer Brady Farm. Enjoy a special viewing of bowls created by acclaimed ceramist David MacDonald, as Chef Muhammed-Bey plates the Peanut soup.
Chef Muhammed-Bey will be joined by Garth Johnson, the Everson Museum’s Paul Phillips and Sharon Sullivan, the curator of ceramics, who will share one of the museum’s most precious treasures—a water dispenser created by legendary Nigerian potter Ladi Kwali. Kwali studied under British potter Michael Cardew, and made many trips abroad to share her knowledge about African pottery and demonstrate her work. The recipe will be provided in your registration confirmation.
Cost is $6.40 for Everson Museum members and $8 for non-members. Attendees must pre-register.