So what brings you to Leimert Park Beat? Tell us a little bit about yourself.
Twenty nine years and counting, I have cooked my way out of the box!
My cuisine is Caribbean/Creole with a hint of Fusion, which essentially means “no limit” – so expect the unexpected and you will never be caught off guard where the Flava is concerned.
Quality is a primary focus in my work, as are foods prepared from scratch, and fresh locally-sourced produce; whenever possible, I embrace the farm-to-table concept.
I bring a level of commitment to my work that is hard to match, and that passion carries over and expresses itself on your plate, whether I have prepared the dish or you have followed my recipe.
I guarantee you will never be confused about the concept or bored with the preparation, and while some recipes may appear similar to others in execution, there will always be the element of surprise in the Flava that takes the dish from good to great.
As you follow my recipes, you will uncover the “je ne sais quoi” that takes Flavacooks from ordinary to extraordinary.
Storytime is a special time to make new friends and share stories, songs, play and more. This program is for children 0-5 years of age. Babies, toddlers, and preschoolers are all welcome. No registration is required.
Winter session will begin Wednesday, January 6 and end on Wednesday, March 9, 2016.…
It's time for Thanksgiving again and a good time for Dwight Trible and friends to give their own thanks for the life and music of the late, great OSCAR BROWN JR.! Performing the music of his late mentor & friend is always a special event for Dwight, but making this even more of a treasure is the addition of OBJ's daughter, vocalist MAGGIE BROWN! You won't want to miss this! Joining Dwight & Maggie will be John Beasley on piano, Trevor Ware on bass, Breeze Smith on percussion…See More
Early in “Straight White Men,” the very entertaining new play written and directed by Young Jean Lee at the Kirk Douglas Theatre in Culver City, the play’s titular siblings chance upon the home-made board game their mother had made them play when they were…