The Dallas Public Library is celebrating Black History Month with virtual vegan cooking classes
The Dallas Public Library in Dallas, TX is hosting online programs in celebration of Black History Month, including a series with local vegan chefs. The series, titled Black Vegan Chefs of Dallas, will feature a chef for a virtual interview about their cooking styles and businesses every Saturday in February, followed by a cooking demonstration.
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On February 13th, Cynthia Nevels from the vegan restaurant and food truck Soulgood To kick off the series, a lecture will be given on the library’s Facebook page. Nevels created Soulgood, which specializes in feel-good meals for breakfast, lunch and dinner, to honor their youngest son, Tyler, who passed away from complications of cystic fibrosis. On February 20th, the Dallas Public Library will host the vegan restaurant Tisha Crear Oak Cliff recipe, which is dedicated to addressing food security issues and helping entrepreneurs in healthy eating. Crear will be featured in a recorded cooking demo, followed by a live Q&A. And on Feb.27, Brandon Waller of the vegan restaurant Bams vegans will close the series. Bam’s start started as a pop-up at the Dallas Farmers Market specializing in take-away smoothies and wraps and recently opened a permanent location.
The series requires Online registration for everyone who wants to participate.
Photo Credit: Recipe Oak Cliff