We’re thrilled to take part in the Food Book Fair again—a celebration of indie food publishing, alongside our favorite food mags!
Food Book Fair
Saturday March 2 + Sunday, March 3
625 Atlantic Avenue, Brooklyn
Come find our booth at the Atlantic Center on Saturday, March 2nd, and Sunday, March 3rd! We’ll be selling the current issue and offering a 25% discount on available back issues, while supplies last. Then join us Sunday night at C’mon Everybody for the Big Queer Chili Cookoff with Queer Soup Night and some of our favorite JarryType chefs, all benefitting the RAPP Campaign. Continue reading for details!
The Big Queer Chili Cookoff
Sunday, March 3rd, 6-8 pm
C’Mon Everybody (325 Franklin Ave, Brooklyn)
A round-up of Queer Soup Night all-star chefs—including Holly Sheppard of Po'Mi, MJ Sanders of Brownsville Community Culinary, Woldy Reyes of Woldy Kusina, Liz Alpern of Queer Soup Night, Lukas Volger of Jarry—will present their own of pots of chili, with both meat and vegetarian versions available.
There’ll be cornbread on the side, by bakers Gabriella Vigoreaux of Smith Canteen and Lani Halliday of Brutus Bakeshop, and as well as special cocktails by Shannon Mustipher and Al Culliton. Additional drinks will be available for purchase at the bar.
And we’ll have expert commentary from host Shaquanda of Shaquanda’s Hot Pepper Sauce and guest judges Ora Wise, Andy Baraghini, T. Wise, DeVonn Francis, and Kimberly Chow Tsun An.
Attendees will get to taste all the chili and then vote on their favorites with donation dollars, with all funds raised benefitting the RAPP Campaign, which works to release aging people from prison.
***RSVP required! Entrance is free, but space is limited!***
Photos and Art: Banner art by Steve Viksjo, Food Book Fair art courtesy Food Book Fair, Queer Chili Cookoff art courtesy Queer Soup Night.
Order your copy of Issue 6: Mind & Body!