Celebrating Black History Month with Chef Max Hardy & Chef Cedric Andrews

Feb 11th

frame
presents
Celebrating Black History Month
with
Chef Max Hardy
and
Chef Cedric Andrews

Five months since his last frame residency, we’re delighted to re-welcome, all-around mover and shaker and one of the biggest names in black chefs changing food in America, Chef Max Hardy bringing Black History Month to frame kicking off in style by pairing up with longtime friend and collaborator Chef Cedric Andrews.

Highlights this time around include Corn Pudding with Smoked Tomato Chutney and Crispy Fried Kale, Roasted Snapper with Ginger and Guava Beurre Blanc and Plantation Cake with Walnut and Coconut.

A two-part dinner party series celebrating African-American food, art and culture, this February 11th dinner brings 6 courses of remixed classics with Detroit visual artist Gerald Collins creating live speed painting performances during both seatings.

A very multi-sensory February celebration…we’re marking our calendars for a ‘not-to-miss’ evening filled with music to inspire, evoke, remember and celebrate important people, contributions and seminal moments in history


Dinner One
Chef Max Hardy & Chef Cedric Andrews
MENU


(   01   )
Corn Pudding

Smoked Tomato Chutney, Crispy Fried Kale

(   02   )
Braised Red Bean & Corn Bread Fritters
Chef Max Hot Sauce

(   03   )
Salted Cod Fan

( 04 )
Pig & Grits

Braised Belly, Okra, Pork Jus

(    05   )
Roasted Stuffed Snapper

Ginger, Guava Beurre Blanc

(   06   )
Plantation Cake
Walnut, Coconut


February 11th
5:30pm and 8:30pm Seatings
$70 per person + tax and service fee


Included:
A multi-course dinner celebrating Black History Month with dinner by Chef Max Hardy and Chef Cedric Andrews with live artwork created as visual performance art by Gerald Collins during the dinners.
++ Chefs are kindly requesting no dietary modifications to their menus.

Additional:
A wine pairing by frame’s beverage director Bryan Lamorena
++ a-la-carte frame cocktails, wine, and beer


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