To Book a Speaking Engagement with Sarah Lohman, please contact Sean Lawton at Collective Speakers. You can reach him at firstname.lastname@example.org. Download a full list of events I offer here. Or we can build a custom program together. I perform all over the country, and I would love to come to you!
The Secrets of FAKE MEAT!
Presented by Masters of Social Gastronomy
New York, NY
Monday June 24, 2019
$10 Purchase tickets here.
This month in MSG, Sarah Lohman will give you a run-down of vegetarianism in the west and Soma will be taking charge of all your favorite modern imitation meats, exploring the many faces of soy and revealing the not-so-secret fungi factories that power your favorite frauds. More info here.
Non-fiction Book Proposals and the Publishing Process
Brooklyn Brainery (Prospect Heights Brainery)
Wednesday, June 26, 2019
6:30PM – 10:00PM
Tickets $65 Purchase tickets here
Wherever you are on your path to publishing, join Sarah and author and journalist Brooke Borel for an informative evening about the non-fiction publishing world. In this packed session, Sarah and Brooke will provide guidance on developing your ideas, writing a proposal, finding an agent and much more. This class is for you if you have that dynamite idea for a nonfiction piece and are ready to take the next steps in publishing your work.
The Harvey Girls & Meals for Rail Passengers
The Smithsonian Institution
The National Museum of American History
Friday June 28, 2019
Demonstration at 1:00 p.m.
Sarah Lohman will explore the history of the Harvey Girls working as hostesses at restaurants known as Harvey Houses along the rail lines in the Southwest. Join Sarah as she digs into food history, while also discussing broader changes in American transportation and tourism history. After a cooking demonstration, Lohman will sign copies of her book, Eight Flavors: The Untold Story of American Cuisine. This program is a collaboration with the museum’s American Enterprise exhibition.
Masters of Social Gastronomy Events
New York, NY
Culinary historian Sarah Lohman and resident food scientist Jonathan Soma are the Masters of Social Gastronomy. Each month, they fearlessly take on a curious food topic, breaking down the history, science, and stories behind what we eat.