6:00pm Location: Locust Grove Address: 561 Blankenbaker Lane, Louisville, KY 40207 Website
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Experience an 18th-century barbecue that recreates the practices of enslaved African Americans living in early America as Michael Twitty roasts a whole sheep over an open pit. The foodways of the enslaved have had a profound influence on the flavors that persist in American recipes, intrinsically linking African culture with our present understanding of traditional food. Michael Twitty’s food will give you a taste of the past while offering an understanding of the unique stories and experiences of enslaved African Americans. $23/$20 for Locust Grove members. Prepaid reservations required; call (502) 897-9845.