Twenty male chefs cooked and served a menu of soups, seafood, salads, casseroles and desserts at the T.C. Walker Education Center on Saturday, Feb. 22.
They were helping the Epsilon Eta Chapter of the Iota Phi Lambda Sorority, Inc. of Gloucester raise scholarship money by presenting the sixth annual “Black Men Cooking.”
The Rev. Vincent Pryor was the Featured Chef. Also featured were three Junior Chefs, Darryl Butler, Anthony A. Ellis and Bryce Osbourne.
The Rev. Mr. Pryor is a native of Gloucester who graduated from Gloucester High School in 1980. Following graduation he enlisted in the United States Navy serving for 20 years and retired as a Chief Petty Officer. He started Pryor’s Cleaning Service following his navy career and also attended the North Carolina College of Theology where he received his master’s degree in Theology and Biblical Studies. He now serves as pastor of New Mount Zion Baptist Church. He says he loves to eat and does the dishes, ...
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