8th Annual Brothers Who Can Cook: The Experience

8th Annual Brothers Who Can Cook: The Experience

A feast for the senses…or a just plain feast…at the Eubie Blake Cultural Jazz Center, as Brothers Who Can Cook hosted a food festival and pop-up chef event.

Folks filled the Center to sample creations cooked up by a number of chefs, and checking out the wares from a number of vendors. The day also included live entertainment and workshops.
Pictured (LtoR) Zorita Shivers, US Social Security Administration analyst; and Zakiya Shivers, event coordinator
Pictured (LtoR) Ujimma Masani, Brothers Who Can Cook chief visionary officer; and Orenthal Monk, BNSF Railway executive business car chef
Pictured (LtoR) Andrea Hay, ANH Consulting accountant; Tiara Stanley, federal employee; and Gem Johnson, Johns Hopkins University development officer
Pictured (LtoR) Kenneth Couplin, Noir Restaurant & Lounge executive chef; Corey Brown, Noir Restaurant & Lounger owner; Adrienne Carter, Tomboiiz Apparel co-owner; and LaTarsha Coates, Tomboiiz Apparel co-owner
Pictured (LtoR) Jenise Howden, Crowdskout web developer; and Sam Howden, Regeneration Counselig Services mental health therapist
Pictured (LtoR) Clayton Pressley, Chef Clay’s Table owner/head chef; Saveon Fowlkes, Chef Clay’s Table apprentice chef; and Kai Wilson, Baltimore-based comedian/event volunteer
Pictured (LtoR) MiaLissa Tompkins, Weichert Realtors realtor; and Karen McLish, Baltimore area project manager
Pictured (LtoR) Latoya Dowdell, federal employee; and Jessica Richardson, federal employee
(May 11, 2019 – Eubie Blake Cultural Jazz Center)
Sloane Brown

Baltimore's longtime fashion and social scene reporter, Sloane is the founder/managing editor of Baltimore Snap.

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