Program Type:Author Talk
A talk that will leave you starving for more! Join us as we chat with celebrity chef Jernard Wells about his newest cookbook Southern Inspired: More Than 100 Delicious Dishes from My American Table to Yours.
Delicious and inventive recipes that remix the traditional flavors and classic dishes of Southern food and celebrate African-American culinary contributions to tables worldwide—from the host of CLEO TV’s New Soul Kitchen. After growing up in Mississippi, Jernard Wells brought the familiar dishes and bold flavors of the South along his culinary journey to become a chef, restaurateur, and TV host. With Southern Inspired, Jernard continues his journey—retracing the steps of generations of African American cooks whose creations have contributed to global kitchen tables since slavery. Southern food defines American food at large, and Chef Jernard takes it to a whole new level while still honoring its roots. Chef Jernard also brings in flavors from the Caribbean, Latin America, Asia, and Europe, always with his signature Southern flair. This cookbook shares 100 recipes that are approachable for both beginners and more experienced cooks.
Register for this author talk: https://libraryc.org/northhavenlibrary/24686. This program will be held on Zoom.
Library Speaker Consortium
Please note, the Author Talk series is brought to the North Haven Library through a partnership with the Library Speakers Consortium, sponsored by the Friends of the Library. Because this series is facilitated by the Library Speakers Consortium, you must register for this event directly through the library's Author Talk portal (click here to register). Upon successful registration, you will receive the link to join the webinar from the North Haven Memorial Library via firstname.lastname@example.org. Please be sure to check your spam if you do not receive your registration email in a timely manner. If you have any difficulty registering for this event, please contact the library for assistance at 203-239-5803. Sponsored by The Friends of the North Haven Library.