Wednesday, March 4th, 2020
Paul Freedman is a history professor at Yale University. He has examined the history of food and cuisine and edited Food: the History of Taste (Thames & Hudson, 2007). His book Ten Restaurants That Changed America was published in 2016.A tasting featuring foods representative of American cuisine will precede the talk.
Location: The Abigail Adams Smith Auditorium at the Mount Vernon Hotel Museum & Garden, 417 E. 61st Street (between 1st Ave. and York) New York, New York 10065, http://www.mvhm.org/
Time: 6:30 pm
Fee: EARLY REGISTRATION: $22 for CHNY and MVHM Members and Senior Members who register before February 28 | $25 CHNY and MVHM Members | $40 Nonmembers and Guests| $10 Full-time students with ID
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