Monday, September 12, 2016

Dinner & a Movie - Indian Street Food and Sita Sings the Blues

Join us at the Strand on Friday, September 16 

for Dinner and a Movie



Chef Tom Ramsey is coming home to Vicksburg to feed us at the Strand. 
He and his crew will be serving "Indian Street food" on 
Friday, September 16 beginning at 6 PM 

Menu:

Keema and Naan - Chicken on a stick with curry sauce and pan bread. - $8
Lamb Biryani - Spiced Lamb and Rice - $8
Lentil Samosas - Spiced Lentil Stuffed Pastries (Vegetarian) - $7


The meal will be followed by Nina Paley's Sita Sings the Blues, an eclectic animated film: "WHAT do a 3,000-year-old Sanskrit epic, a 20s-era jazz singer and Indonesian shadow puppets have in common? They re all part of the eclectic cultural tapestry that is Sita Sings the Blues, an 82-minute animated feature that combines autobiography with a retelling of the classic Indian myth the Ramayana, and that required its creator, the syndicated comic-strip artist Nina Paley, to spend three years transforming herself into a one-woman moving-picture studio:" New York Times

Film is $5 in advance & $7 at the door...
advance tickets at Highway 61 Coffeehouse


5 comments:

  1. Food Suppliers have recognised the need for healthier food choices for families and are supplying more convenient, healthier options in foods that can be prepared quickly. Fried turkey

    ReplyDelete
  2. This comment has been removed by the author.

    ReplyDelete
  3. It might appear to be opposing to eat before eating, yet in the event that you anticipate you'll be excessively eager when you arrive, get situated, and have your dish conveyed out to you, eat a little nibble like 1/4 of a chicken bosom, 4 almonds, and a couple apple cuts before you leave home. Or, then again whatever holds you over till supper and doesn't further fortify your craving. top 5 toastmaster machines

    ReplyDelete