Black Men Cooking, a scholarship fundraiser, returns to Gloucester for the first time since 2020. It’s a Black History Month celebration showcasing chefs and their favorite recipes.
The Epsilon Eta Chapter of Iota Phi Lambda Sorority, Inc., expects that at least two dozen cooks will take part from 1-4 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 18, at the Abingdon Ruritan Club, 8784 Guinea Road, Bena.
Black Men Cooking was last held before the Covid pandemic. Sharon Washington, one of the organizers, said it is a prime fundraiser for the sorority’s scholarships for deserving young men and women, and the group is hoping for a good turnout to replenish its scholarship fund.
Tickets are $40 for persons 12 and up and $20 for children.
Those attending will be able to sample each chef’s signature dish, and the chefs are asked to prepare enough for 150 people, she said. The chefs’ recipes will be assembled into a cookbook distributed at the event, she added.
Many of the chefs attend each year, she...
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