Part of the Cooking Cultures series
February 2, 9, 16, 23, March 2
*Afternoon series will be presentation/discussion only.*
*Join us at 6 pm for cooking demonstrations and recipes to cook along*
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In each afternoon virtual session, we will discuss the historic and cultural significance of the food and we are discussing in context of the peoples who have settled in the Delaware Valley.
Southeastern Pennsylvania is the perfect place to taste and savor many early and lasting influences on the foods we grow, harvest and eat. In six weekly workshops, we sample some of Pennsylvania’s heritage groups via their food and gardening traditions.
Feb 2: Pennsylvania German Foodways in the Delaware Valley
Immigrants from Germany were the earliest and largest European groups to settle in Pennsylvania. It’s no wonder that German ideas about food are at the heart of so many “traditional” Pennsylvania foodways.
Feb 9: The Influence of French Cooks and Cuisines in the Delaware Valley
Feb 16: Chinese Food and Plant Cultures in the Delaware Valley
Feb 23: Women in the Kitchen: The birth of Domestic Science in the Delaware Valley.
March 2: Philadelphia’s Soda Pop History: The Evolution of Drinks in the Delaware Valley
Presentors: Cassandra Stancil Gunkel, PhD and Bonnie Tobin, MEd
In partnership with Friends Life Care VigR
Wednesday, February 2 at 2:00pm to 3:00pm
Tyler State Park, via zoom, link will be provided upon completion of registration
101 Swamp Rd., Newtown, PA 18940-1151