This year’s program includes a total of six sessions -- three virtual evening classes on Thursdays in October and one half-day of talks on Saturday, Nov. 7. In addition to the classes, in-town ticket holders will be able to purchase additional food and wine from local retailers to supplement their FFF experience.
Each year, ticket sales from FFF benefit local nonprofit organizations. This year, a portion of proceeds will be donated to Bakers Against Racism, The Holli Fund, Shalom Farms, FeedMore and Resiliency Garden.
October 29th Session Description
Black pitmasters and their rich traditions have been eclipsed by history, and scholar Adrian Miller has spent years traveling the country, interviewing, and collecting research for his upcoming book, “Black Smoke.” Richmond was one of his research field trips last year. The session will be moderated by Southern Grit’s Debra Freeman.
This program will be live on Zoom. Login information will be sent to all ticket purchasers Don't have zoom? It is free to sign up here.
Purchase barbecue from Lamont Hawkins of Inner City Blues and Pig & Brew, available for pick-up at the VMHC on Thursday, Oct. 29. Details will be sent to ticket holders.
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