Win 2 tickets to see the Soul Food Scholar & enjoy bites from Chef Greg Collier

One of our newsletter subscribers will win two tickets to “The Soul Food Scholar: Adrian Miller’s Tales of a White House Kitchen.” on Feb. 12.

Adrian Miller, the Soul Food Scholar. Photo courtesy of the Harvey B. Gantt Center for African-American Arts +Culture

Food, culture and black history will intersect at “The Soul Food Scholar: Adrian Miller’s Tales of a White House Kitchen.”

One of our lucky Morning Brew newsletter subscribers will win two tickets to an evening with food writer, attorney and certified BBQ judge Adrian Miller — aka the Soul Food Scholar — for “Tales of a White House Kitchen” on Feb. 12 at the Harvey B. Gantt Center for African-American Arts + Culture.

From Washington to Obama, the Soul Food Scholar will share stories of Blacks who fed our First Families. The evening also features Miller’s book signing and a reception with small bites prepared by Chef Greg Collier, co-founder of Soul Food Sessions and The Yolk at 7th Street Public Market.

Contest Rules

  • Contest is open to our “Morning Brew” newsletter subscribers.
  • Sign up before Sunday, Feb. 10, to enter our drawing. (If you already get our newsletters, thank you; you’re automatically entered.)

Selection of winners

  • One winner will be randomly selected and notified by email on Sunday, Feb. 10.
  • Check your email. Winner will have 4 hours to claim tickets.
  • If tickets aren’t claimed, we’ll pick a new name and repeat.

Good luck!

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