Join The Florida Holocaust Museum in a celebration of family, history, heritage, and delicious recipes! Featuring a cooking demonstration and sampling from Michael Twitty, culinary historian, food writer, and Judaic Studies teacher. Twitty’s work is focused on African-American foodways, culinary traditions of African diaspora, and African influence on food culture in the American South. And as usual, we invite you to bring a special family dish handed down through the generations. Those in attendance will have a chance to sample dishes and vote on their favorites to be awarded prizes!
Limited seating and dish room! To submit your family dish and/or reserve your seat, please call 727.820.0100 ext. 301.
Free and open to the public.