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Join us for the second program in our Food for Thought: A Tasty Exploration of Food, History, Culture and Community program. What does it mean when fruits are identified as “heirloom” and how can they connect us to our agricultural past? During this discussion participants will hear directly from several farmers who continue to grow these truly special fruits and the connection they provide to their farm and family history. Learn about some of the differences and any difficulties associated…Find out more »
History and Home Cooking Megan J. Elias, Associate Professor, Boston University During the pandemic many people have discovered or rediscovered home cooking. Working from home has turned the frantic after-work cooking rush into a slow all-day multi-stage process. All the dishes we didn’t have time to make before suddenly seem possible. And these new kitchen lives have also led people to reach out to family and friends for recipes. If we can’t eat with people, at least we can share…Find out more »