Cultural Connections Supper Club: Haitian Creole Cooking
Thursday, March 286:30—8:30 PMOFF-SITE LOCATIONPlease see address in the description.> do not display from here down <, Woburn, MA, 01801
LOCATION: James L. McKeown Boys and Girls Club of Woburn | Charles Gardner Lane, Woburn, MA 01801
Learn about Haitian Creole cooking and culture by preparing a meal with Woburn newcomer and home cook Nathalie Lecorps. Over the course of the evening, you will have the chance to prepare a meal typical of a Haitian Creole kitchen while at the same time learning about the culture in an intimate, comfortable setting.
About the cook:
Nathalie was born and raised in Miami, Florida and just recently moved to Massachusetts with her two young sons. While growing up in Miami, her parents owned a Haitian restaurant where she developed her love of cooking. She says she “lived” in the kitchen helping the cooks prepare the most amazing food. When Nathalie learned of this opportunity to cook for her new adopted city she jumped at the opportunity to reach out and share her culture.
This supper club will be limited to 14 attendees.
We are not able to make accommodations for food allergies at this time.
In partnership with the Woburn Public Library, Social Capital Inc., the YMCA International Learning Center, and the James L. McKeown Boys and Girls Club of Woburn.
This project is funded through CHNA 15 DoN funds from Lahey Hospital and Medical Center and Winchester Hospital.
Registration for this event has now closed.