31 Oct 2012, Posted by admin in EAT + DRINK, 0 Comments
Food history new, events and exhibitions. Or, what pops up on the Google search “Food History” radar with an (sometimes informative, often entertaining) eye towards the past. This week:
FOOD: Transforming the American Table 1950-2000 opens at the National Museum of American History on November 20.
José Andrés is teaching a class at GWU that will include forays into the history of food.
Chalk this up to random: “Food history midterm flashcards.”
Eklutna create historical food display cases (Alaska).
Of Knives and Forks. Which sounds so much more interesting than The History of Silverware (and is, honest).