Tuesday, February 1, 2011

Black History Month with Chef Jeff Henderson

Welcome to the first day of Black History Month!    I just received this press release about a new book by Chef Jeff Henderson just in time for Black History Month if you are in Washington go check him out.  I saw him at the Sister to Sister Conference, and he was such a wonderful and gracious person. This brother turned his life around and is now making a difference. The exhibit, America I am also seems very impressive. "This exhibit traces the indelible imprint African Americans have made on America. Their stories - some familiar, many surprising - are inseparable from the story of America itself." Visit one of the largest African American oral history exhibits. A great way to start February.

Press Release

America I AM
Pass It Down Cookbook
Over 130 Soul-Filled Recipes

Today February 1, kicks off the first day of Black History Month, with America I AM: The African American Imprint exhibit, and America I AM Pass It Down Cookbook. This community cookbook, edited by Chef Jeff Henderson with Ramin Ganeshram, includes over 130 recipes, personal reflections, and informative essays from everyday people coast to coast who passed down their recipes and memories. These delicious dishes underscore why soul-filled cuisine endures from generation to generation. __________________________________________________

Come out and meet Chef Jeff and pick up your copy of
America I AM Pass It Down Cookbook

Wednesday, February 2 at 1:00PM at
The National Geographic Museum
1145 17th Street NW
Washington, DC 20036
Wednesday, February 2 at 4:30PM at
The Howard University Bookstore (The Hub)
2225 Georgia Avenue NW
Washington, DC 20059

Washington DC: Tune into Fox 5 Morning News on
Wednesday, February 2 at 9AM to see Chef Jeff!
Then tune into WPFW 89.3 to hear Chef Jeff on Gloria Minott's show!

For more information visit: www.americaiam.org

About the Editors: 

 Chef Jeff Henderson was the first African American to be named Chef de Cuisine at Caesar’s Palace in Las Vegas and executive chef at Café Bellagio. He hosted The Chef Jeff Project, a docu-reality TV series, and is the author of the New York Times bestseller Cooked and Chef Jeff Cooks. Visit www.chefjeffcooked.com.

Ramin Ganeshram is a chef and award-winning journalist whose work has appeared in Saveur, O, National Geographic Traveler, and more. She is the author of Sweet Hands: Island Cooking from Trinidad & Tobago, and Stir It Up!, a culinary novel for middle grade readers.

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