Award-winning Atlanta chef and cookbook author Asha Gomez, who has gained acclaim for combining her Indian heritage with Southern cuisine, is the guest chef for Ashley Christensen’s spring edition of Stir the Pot.
Christensen, who owns Poole’s Diner, Death & Taxes and other Raleigh restaurants, is host of both the meals. Guests may choose to attend one or both of the dinners.
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On Monday, April 24, a potluck dinner and film night will be held at Bridge Club, an event space above Death & Taxes at 105 E. Hargett St. Tickets are $35, and each guest must purchase a ticket and bring a side dish for sharing with 20 people. Christensen and friends will provide the main dish, with drinks from High Wire Distillery in Charleston, S.C. Tickets can be bought at spring2017stirthepotluck.bpt.me.
Gomez is the author of the award-winning cookbook, “My Two Souths.” Her restaurant, Cardamom Hill, was a James Beard semifinalist for best new restaurant in 2013. She recently owned Spice to Table, an Indian patisserie. She is launching a web series of cooking class videos called “Curry & Cornbread” and a new tea and spice blend line named Dyad Tea & Spice.
For questions about the event, contact Jessie Koppenhaver at email@example.com or call 984-664-5105.