PRLog - Jan. 20, 2014 - ATLANTA -- January 24, 2013 Ph: 404-494-0088
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HAPPY CHINESE LUNAR NEW YEAR – Year of the Horse!
Eight-Course Cultural Dinner Highlights Traditional Regional Dishes, Food & Cultural History
CHAMBLEE, Georgia –Looking for something unique, tasty and culturally inspiring to help you celebrate Asia's biggest holiday of the year? Not in the mood to fight crowds, eat standing up or hear long speeches?
Join mother-daughter duo (and Atlanta natives), Natalie and Margaret Keng of Chinese Southern Belle, to taste and explore Asia's most important holiday through a mouth-watering, multi-course dinner of hand-selected, authentic traditional Chinese New Year dishes, fascinating food and cultural history, trivia, calligraphy and prizes.
-Selected menu of dim sum "tapas" plates and home-style Chinese regional specialties
-Why specific foods are "lucky"
-Chinese New Year traditions- old, new and fusion
-Eating out “authenticity”
-Cooking tips, Chinese calligraphy, fun trivia & prizes!
Event Date/Time: 7:00pm, Friday January 24
Location: Canton Chinese Restaurant, 4825 Buford Highway, Chamblee, GA 30341
Advance tickets required.
Chinese Southern Belle captures the best of East, West--and the Deep South in "culinary info-tainment"
Natalie Keng, Founder/Owner of Chinese Southern Belle LLC, is a food and culture expert, published writer and former publicly-elected official. Standing on a beer box to reach the cash register, Ms. Keng was trained at an early age in the family restaurant business and went on to graduate from Vassar College and Harvard University (Master's in Public Policy). Before starting Chinese Southern Belle LLC, she led diversity and marketing teams for nonprofits, government and Fortune 500 companies. On stage, she is often joined by mother and popular co-host, Margaret Keng, Cobb County Teacher of the Year and international business consultant.
Follow: www.ChineseSouthernBelle.com (http://www.chinesesouthernbelle.com/
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