MULTICULTURAL CUISINE

South American and Bastille Day menus star in a multicultural culinary weekend

2013-07-12T00:00:00Z 2013-07-12T08:51:03Z South American and Bastille Day menus star in a multicultural culinary weekend nwitimes.com
July 12, 2013 12:00 am  • 

Brazilian Chef Cynthia Presser cooks up hot cuisine for SCHA fundraiser tonight and then down the beach coast to Miller Bakery Cafe for a complete Bastille Day Eve dinner on Saturday.

Tonight Brazil in South Haven: South Haven Center for the Arts warms up with a fundraiser 'A Taste of Brazil,' pairing music with at Foundry Hall. Cynthia Presser, Brazilian chef and cookbook author , is setting up food stations with a variety of authentic dishes—everything from steak to vegetarian finger food. No need to worry about added calories. The Chicago Samba band promises to get everyone on their feet to burn off excess energy. Tickets include one traditional Brazilian drink, dinner and dancing and can be purchased at the door for $150. Foundry Hall is located at 422 Eagle St. For more information call the South Haven Center for the Arts at 269.637.1041. Visit the SHCA website www.southhavenarts.org, and Facebook page for details and the complete menu. Art Center is open Monday through Friday, 10 am to 4 pm and 1-4 pm on weekends.

Bastille Day Dinner at Miller Bakery Cafe Tomorrow Night: Jack Strode is hosting a special French dinner Saturday at Miller Bakery Cafe from 5-10 pm. On the menu: Filet Mignon, Chicken Provence, Vegetarian Ratatouille and special Cote du Rhone wine and champagne pairings available. Check out the MBC site for more details and reservations or call 219.427.1446.

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