VIRTUAL – "Watermelon and Red Birds" with Food Writer and Author, Nicole Taylor
We are so excited to welcome food writer, Nicole Taylor, for a discussion about her new cookbook, “Watermelon and Red Birds: A Cookbook for Juneteenth and Black Celebrations.”
We’ll talk about the history of Juneteenth and ways in which the holiday has evolved over time. Nicole will share some of her favorite recipes to honor the Juneteenth holiday and Black celebrations year round. The conversation will be moderated by Kelly Suber.
Nicole A. Taylor is a James Beard Award–nominated food writer, master home cook, and producer. She has written for the New York Times, Bon Appétit, and Food & Wine. Nicole is the author of The Up South Cookbook and The Last O.G. Cookbook. She is the executive producer of If We So Choose, a short documentary about the desegregation of an iconic southern fast food joint. Nicole is the cofounder of The Maroon, a marketplace and retreat house focused on radical rest for Black creatives. She lives in New York City and Athens, Georgia, with her husband and son.
In partnership with the Association of Black Citizens of Lexington (ABCL).
Please register HERE to receive the Zoom link.
This program is a collaboration of several Massachusetts libraries made possible by the generous donors to the Cary Library Foundation.