We’ll discuss the role beer and its ingredients have played in history, and the science behind them. As a bonus, special guest Otis Gray of the Hungry Podcast will share the history of malt liquor in America. More info here!
Inspired by her book, “Eight Flavors: The Untold Story of American Cuisine”, culinary historian Sarah Lohman focuses in on 8 fundamental ingredients to give a history of mixology in the United States, from the 18th Century to today. More info here!
Learn how to use angles, staging and editing tools to maximize the potential of your smartphone camera for better food photographs. Purchase tickets here.
Introduction to Open Fire Cooking: Campfire Cuisine Beyond Hot Dogs
Old Stone House
Park Slope, NY
Saturday September 29, 2018 2:00pm-5:00pm
$55.00 Purchase tickets here.
In this class we will cover the basics of baking, roasting, frying and boiling over an open fire. You’ll learn how to tell temperature and the doneness of food just by using your senses! More info here.
Food of the Dead: A Culinary History of Funeral Food
Prospect Heights, NY
Tuesday October 9, 2018 8:30PM-10:00PM
$16 Purchase tickets here.
A look at culinary traditions surrounding funerals throughout American history. We’ll taste beer from Midas’s tomb, funeral cakes, and Mormon funeral potatoes. More information here!
Eight Flavors and the Revolutionary Story of Black Pepper
Los Angeles Public Library Mark Taper Auditorium
Los Angeles, CA
Saturday October 13, 2018 10:30AM-12:00PM
FREE! (First come, first serve)
Sarah Lohman, author of “Eight Flavors: The World Story of American Cuisine”, delves into the history of black pepper. Come find out what it had to do with the American Revolution and how it connected Salem to Sumatra. More information here!
This is a comprehensive class on designing and maintaining your own food blog. By the end of this session you will have brainstormed and launched a WordPress blog, been primed in Photoshop use, and completed your first post. Purchase tickets here.