There’s something really cool happening in the Baltimore Maryland Area!
BROTHERS WHO CAN COOK HAVE THE RIGHT INGREDIENTS
For 2nd Annual Charity and Chivalry Pre-Mother’s Day Love Affair
Baltimore, Maryland- May 3, 2011 – On Saturday, May 7, 2011, signature chef recipes and classical entertainment join up for the ultimate Pre-Mother’s Day Love Affair, which is sure to become an annual Baltimore tradition. African-American men tear down predictive barriers and come together in brotherhood, to display their skill set around signature cuisine,
model chivalry and market their wares. Brothers Who Can Cook also partners with local and national charities to provide a Baltimore based shelter on Mother’s Day Sunday with a dinner, show and gifts. Sunshine Promises (our non-profit partner) will offer their artistic creations through Diva by Cindy Salon and Wellness Center with complimentary hair care services and makeovers for the women in those shelters. Accompanied by local musicians, many of the brothers who were chefs at the prior Saturday evening event will continue to show their support, serving as hosts to the homeless women and families of the selected shelter.
Brothers Who Can Cook is a little more than a regular taster of almost 50 chefs, the event features charismatic Brothers who can ‘burn’ in the kitchen and take supreme pride in their specially prepared dishes. We are proud to announce Celebrity Chefs, Hip Hop Chef Cookin’ Tye and Chef Mookie Hicks will be bringing the heat! This event promises an evening of great food and fantastic live entertainment, all in the Rawlings-Fulton Clubhouse at the Forest Park Golf-Course in West Baltimore.
Apart from the healthy but soulful banquet, are a variety of mellow genres for your palette. The evenings musical lineup features the smooth baritone sounds of Marcell Russell, recognized by BET/Centric as having the “Best R&B Male Album of 2009”, along with the classical jazz stylings of the Reggie Love Jazz Quartet, or take the journey through the Afro/Brazilian/Neo-
Soul repertoire of Ama Chandra and Saturday Moon, while acoustical reggae is on tap with a Brown Fish serenade and to top it off, get down with a little Motown/R&B from The Metro West Temps.
Tickets are available online at www.brotherswhocancook.com with general admission and VIP sales. Valet parking, handicap access and secured passage to automobiles for unaccompanied female patrons are all part of the decorum.
If you would like more information, to schedule an interview or how to participate in the charity component, please contact Shani Elliott at 410-262-4979 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.