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Bring Back Sunday Dinner: More Soup for You!

Sun, Apr 14th 3:30 pm in the Creativity Center Teaching Kitchen


Single class


Single class

All Three Classes

Sundays | April 14, 28, and May 12

Join Y.M.U. Yummy U! in partnership with the Creative Alliance for an afternoon of food, fellowship and community dining. In each session, Doc. J will lead cooking demonstrations showcasing a featured ingredient or theme and collaborate with participants to create a full community meal. Learn, cook, and break bread together in this cooking experience that brings back Sunday dinners!

April 14: More Soup for You!
Featuring authentic Louisiana Gumbo & “Not Chicken But Chicken Tortilla Soup” (vegetarian). Specialty appetizers, small bites, and mocktails will be served. Allergy Alert: Seafood will be present.

April 28: Great Greens!
This Sunday dinner will feature vitamin packed greens: Kale, Collards, Cabbage, Chard. Specialty appetizers, small bites, and mocktails will be served.

May 12: O BOY!
Featuring O BOY (Okra, Broccoli, Onion, Yam). We’ll elevate these power-packed veggies in this Sunday’s dinner. Specialty appetizers, small bites, and mocktails will be served.

Where: Creativity Center, 3137 Eastern Ave. Baltimore, MD 21224
When: SUNDAYS | APR 14 & 28, MAY 12 | 2:30-4:30PM
​Age Range: 7+
Cost: $50 Standard, $45 Members; Register for all three sessions for $130!
Materials: All ingredients and equipment provided.

Instructor Bio
Dr. Tasha Franklin Johnson resides in Southeast Baltimore in the quaint Washington Hill community. Through of her passion for world justice and humanity, she has the pleasure of traveling the world and meeting interesting people, becoming exposed to many cultures and ways of navigating the Earth. In her daytime role, she is an educational researcher for YMCA-USA and in her free times she is a cucina/kitchen connoisseur. Because of her South Louisiana background, she loves to prepare Cajun and Creole dishes and merge them with international cuisines from around the world. Dr. Johnson, aka T-Freezy or Doc J, is a life long learner and educator, classically trained to work with young children and adults. She studied and refined her cooking craft while traveling around the world—Korea, Kenya, Uganda—and layered it with her formal degrees in History and Organizational Development from Southern Methodist University – SMU (Bachelors) and Education from Harvard University (Masters Degree) and New York University – NYU (Ph.D).

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