Women collaborate to share food and stories behind it
Four black woman-owned business will get together for two seatings at Brooklyn Street Local in Corktown Tuesday
Pop-up dining events have become the norm around Metro Detroit, but Tuesday’s event at Brooklyn Street Local in Corktown has a storytelling twist.
Four women who own Detroit-based food businesses are collaborating for an intimate four-course dinner. Each entree will be presented with a story on the background and history of the dish.
Edrique Gouida of the upcoming New Orleans-style restaurant Gabriel Hall is joined by Brittiany Peeler and Le’Genevieve Squires of Relish Catering, Viana Rickett of Simple Goodness and Lauren Daniels of Sumptuous Spirits. Each will present a signature dish and talk about family history or culture associated with it.
“I’m so inspired by these ladies and their drive, passion, integrity, selflessness and community focus,” said Gouida in a release announcing the event.
Diners can expect smoked leg of lamb with mint chimichurri, crispy cauliflower, maque choux (a corn dish) with grilled Gulf shrimp and a stone fruit cobbler with house-made vanilla bean ice cream. Each course is paired with a wine or cocktail.
The dinners are 6 and 8:30 p.m. Tuesday and are expected to last two hours each. Tickets are $60 per person and can be purchased via Eventbrite.com; search for “collaborative pop-up.”
with Gabriel Hall, Relish Catering, Simple Goodness and Sumptuous Spirits
6 and 8:30 p.m. Tuesday
Brooklyn Street Local
1266 Michigan, Detroit
$60 per person