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Published on August 22nd, 2018 | by TLV News


Chef Todd Richards’ Soul Tour Coming to Snackbar September 5, 2018

Snackbar, part of James Beard Award Winner and author, Chef John Currence’s City Grocery Restaurant Group, is proud to announce a SOUL supper to celebrate the release of Chef Todd Richards’ new cookbook, Soul: A Chef’s Culinary Evolution in 150 Recipes.

The dinner will be hosted by Chef Todd Richards and moderated by John T. Edge, award winning author of The Potlikker Papers: A Food History of the Modern South in collaboration with Snackbar’s own James Beard Award finalist, Chef Vishwesh Bhatt. It will take place on September 5, 2018, and feature recipes from Soul: A Chef’s Culinary Evolution in 150 RecipesTickets will be $85 for dinner and $105 for dinner with wine and cocktail pairings. All tickets will include signed copies of Soul.

Todd Richards is self-taught and the owner and chef of Richards’ Southern Fried in Atlanta. He formerly held positions at White Oak Kitchen & Cocktails, the Ritz- Carlton Buckhead, The Shed in Glenwood Park, and the Pig & the Pearl at Atlantic Station. He has two James Beard Award nominations and has been a competitor on Iron Chef America.

His new book, Soul, highlights his culinary journey, which started in Chicago and led to Atlanta, where he still resides. Its focus is on keeping tradition as well as creating new and exciting flavors and will broaden your definition of soul food. The book is now available and Chef Richards will be signing at Off Square Books at 1 pm on September 5, 2018.

Call 662-2346-6363 for reservations today. www.snackbaroxford.com The Local Voice Ligature

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