The Boiled Peanut Hour With The Lee Bros. And Chef Edward Lee A Live Cooking Show About Southern Identities

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At 6:30PM on Saturday, June 20, 2015, Louisville Chef Edward Lee, of the restaurants 610 Magnolia and MilkWood, will team up with writers Matt Lee and Ted Lee, authors of three award-winning cookbooks about the South, to present a live cooking show in the Bingham Theatre—an intimate, 318-seat theatre-in-the-round inside Actors Theatre of Louisville.

“The Boiled Peanut Hour” is an hour-plus-long cooking, storytelling, and trash-talking show that sees the three Lees cooking favorite dishes from the southern canon that illuminate strongly-held beliefs about what it means to be a southerner. Maker’s Mark bourbon tastings are included during the show, and afterward, a reception featuring a selection of the recipes from the show, prepared by MilkWood, will take place in the Sara Shallenberger Brown Lobby of the Theatre. The reception will offer an opportunity to meet the players and purchase autographed cookbooks.

Tickets are $45 and include the show, food and wine reception, and book-signing. Advance tickets at $40 are on sale until April 30. A limited number of VIP tickets are available, which include an after-show dinner and cocktails with the Lees. For all tickets, call Actors Theatre of Louisville, 502.584.1205, visit ActorsTheatre.org, or visit Actors Theatre’s box office at 316 West Main Street, Louisville, KY 40202.
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By: The Lee Bros.

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