Join Southern Food & Beverage Museum in welcoming Aimee Lee Ball and Steve Baum from the online community Eat, Darling, Eat.
Host, Aimee, will introduce Eat, Darling, Eat with abridged readings from several storytellers. Then there will be a cooking demonstration led by mother-daughter duo, Givonna Joseph and Aria Mason, founders of Opera Créole. Lastly there will be a panel discussion and Q&A with several mother-daughter duos discussing their relationship and the role of food in their family heritage.
Please join us to celebrate this unique Mother’s Day weekend event!
“Every woman has a story. Please consider writing yours.”
The program begins at 1 PM in the Rouses Culinary Innovation Center by Jenn-Air. Participation and tastings are free with museum admission.
About the Organization
Eat, Darling, Eat is a community of women exploring the mother/daughter relationship through the universal language of food. It’s not about perfect meals (or perfect families) but food is a rich pathway to the unique personalities, different cultures, and fascinating histories. We invite mothers to write about the challenges and pleasures of having a daughter, and daughters to write about Mom (or Mum or Mama), whether she was an omnipresent influence or a photograph in a frame, whether she peeled homegrown apples for homemade pies or considered Sara Lee a close friend. Every woman has a story, and everyone is welcome.