On Sunday, December 9, 2012, Cornerstone Art & Event Gallery opened up to a crowd of after church goers for the first time for “JJ’s Soul Food Sunday”. With rib sticking, home cooked food, this first time event seemed like a huge success. Capital Living was there to sample some of the food on hand. Everything from homestyle Southern Fried Chicken, which by the way reminded me of my grandmother’s Sunday home cooking in Louisiana, catfish to mashed potatoes, man n’ cheese, sweet potatoe cassarole, greens, corn on the cob, a variety of deserts and a drink for only $10.95, you couldn’t beat it. Soul food Sunday was the brainchild of Jeuetta Carothers of Cornerstone Gallery and Jay Stevens, of Rightious Radio. Although this was a first time event, the plan is to not make it the last. Plans are in the works for a New Year’s Day event with JJ’s Soul Food. Stay posted with Capital Living for further information or call 502-352- 2400.