We're offering two chances to attend dinner parties showcasing exquisite chefs and cuisine.
On November 8th, join Chef Arazoo Ibrahim for a multi-course journey through Kurdish cuisine and culture. Arazoo will combine traditional Kurdish flavors with unique cooking styles to create fresh, unique, and truly authentic dishes.
In January 2017, Arazoo and her family were en route Nashville when they were turned around during their layover in Cairo due to Trump's first Muslim Ban. After a campaign to get Tennessee members of Congress to intervene, Arazoo and her family were granted clearance to travel to Nashville. More than 200 Nashvillians greeted her family at the airport as they arrived in Nashville on Superbowl Sunday.
Join us for dinner, drinks, and a discussion with Arazoo.
On November 18, Join acclaimed Persian Chef and author, Naz Deravian, for an intimate dinner party and book signing in celebration of The Bottom of the Pot, her new book of Persian recipes. All attendees will receive a signed copy her book.
At eight years old, Naz left Iran with her family during the height of the 1979 Iranian Revolution and hostage crisis. Now an award-winning writer and passionate home cook based in Los Angeles, she'll bring an array of Persian cuisine made from a global perspective here to Nashville. Naz has been featured in The New York Times, Condé Nast Traveler, and Saveur.
The evening will include a multi-course dinner, drinks, discussion with Naz, and will be hosted at the home of Chef Louisa Shafia.
Proceeds from both dinners benefit the Tennessee Immigrant & Refugee Rights Coalition.