Adrian Miller talks about the past and future of soul food at Cora Faye's tonight

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Cora Faye's serves some of Denver's best soul food.
Tonight at Cora Faye's, Slow Food Denver is hosting an evening with sou- food scholar and author Adrian Miller, a finalist for the James Beard Foundation award for his book Soul Food: The Surprising Story of an American Cuisine, One Plate at a Time.

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"We're going to eat, and we're going to talk about where soul food is going," Miller promises. The menu for the evening includes fried chicken, catfish, collard greens, black- eyed peas, candied yams, cornbread, hushpuppies, sweet potato pie and peach cobbler.

Tickets (if still available) are $38 for Slow Food members and $43 for non-members; RSVP here.

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Location Info

Cora Faye's Cafe

2861 Colorado Blvd., Denver, CO

Category: Restaurant


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Rufus
Rufus

If the future of soul food includes Cora Faye's, I'll pass.  It's been terrible every time I've eaten there; dried out chicken, dried out cornbread, and sour collards.  How it remains open is a miracle to me.

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