Dive taste buds first into this child-friendly cooking demonstration program with celebrity cook and author, Tanya Steel. During the program, Tanya will tell us about historically significant recipes from her new book: Food Fight! After the demo, Tanya will sign copies of her book, Food Fight!
The fourth annual Food History Weekend Festival will feature a full day of free activities for all visitors, including hands-on learning, garden tours, stories, discussions and cooking demonstrations that celebrate American regions remembered, revived and reimagined. These days, baseball parks are serving up more than just peanuts, popcorn, and hotdogs. Join guest chef Brian Patterson and our resident Smithsonian food historian Ashley Rose Young as they talk about regional foodways of baseball, and those of the Northeast in particular. Demonstration at p.
Coulter Performance Plaza, 1 West Book signing at p. Special guest, Chef Edward Lee, will prepare two mouth-watering dishes that reflect his experiences as a Korean-American chef working in the U. Through these recipes, Chef Lee will talk about the power of place in creating regional foodways and regional identities with our resident Smithsonian food historian Ashley Rose Young. Born in Indonesia, raised in Singapore, and now living in Virginia, Chef Tanumihardja's cooking marries regional southeast Asian cuisine with local ingredients and a farm-to-table ethos. During the demo, Chef Tanumihardja will prepare dishes inspired by her family and research on southeast Asian regional foodways including orak arik, nasi ulam, and pickles.
Chef Lynne Just of Sur La Table will demonstrate two regional specialties, starting with Southern Maryland stuffed ham—a recipe for ham and spicy greens that has long been a part of holiday cooking in rural St. Books will be available for purchase at the program and after the demonstration Chef Alon will sign copies of his book. We explored the cuisine of Carnival and how communities in the Caribbean and U.
Have you ever stepped back from a meal and thought about the history and tradition behind it? How did cooking techniques and even the taste and texture of ingredients like flour and butter change since the colonial and antebellum periods? Celebrate the holidays and the 50th Anniversary of the Smithsonian Folklife Festival with a trip to the Caribbean.
She will also brew up the healthful and tangy holiday drink, sorrel. Jennifer will be joined by long-time Folklife Festival researcher and presenter Camila Bryce-LaPorte, who is also the last person in her family to continue her own Caribbean and Panamanian fruitcake traditions. Learn how the Caribbean community of Washington, DC builds community through food and fellowship, especially during the holidays.
In November, Massachusetts is remembered for Thanksgiving feasts, but what were New Englanders fishing for and eating the rest of the year? Codfishing drove the regional economy, while salt cod exports influenced cuisine both around the world and at New England tables. Why does it matter? And what does it taste like? Sandra was born in Philadelphia, to Guatemalan parents, and raised in Guatemala.
She moved to North Carolina from Canada in By , she discovered that as more Latinos moved to the South, a new food pathway emerged. At this cooking demonstration, we discussed migration, activism, and the culinary movements in the Nuevo South. Julia Child was a great cooking teacher and she was also an eager culinary student long after earning her diploma from Le Cordon Bleu. As we cooked, we explored how Julia demonstrated her lifelong love of learning as she welcomed chefs into her home kitchen to collaborate on three television series.
What is the history behind Cajun and Creole cuisines, and how are they different? What is the relationship between food, jazz, and American history? What was the first cookbook written by an American for Americans, and how did the recipes differ from other volumes at the time? Prior to , American home cooks used English cookery books, if they used books at all, to prepare meals.
We are joined by chef Angie Lee of Sur La Table, who will prepare a few recipes from American cookbook authors such as Simmons, Mary Randolph, Eliza Leslie, and Lydia Child, as we consider the ingredients, tools, and cooking techniques in this early era, and discuss how these authors had such a profound influence on American culinary history.
Note: In addition to all the recipes from the series, this ebook includes an excerpt from the beginning of Letters from Wishing Rock! Wit, wisdom, and recipes form. The Wishing Rock Theory of Life (a novel with recipes) is the second novel in the Wishing Rock series. The series begins with Letters from Wishing Rock, which.
What impact did the Great Migration have on American foodways? From to , more than five million African-Americans migrated from the deep South to the northern and western United States in search of new opportunities for work and community.
Have you resolved to eat healthier in ? How did pumpkin become a signature food of the fall, and of early American cuisine? Chef Brian took us beyond the jack-o-lantern to help us better understand the historical, agricultural, and culinary story of this autumnal fruit, as we explored how the pumpkin came to have such an important symbolic role in American life.
What are the signature ingredients, flavors, and stories of Cuban-American cooking? What recipes, ingredients, and culinary traditions was Julia Child exploring after she finished the second volume of Mastering the Art of French Cooking in ? What happens when traditional dishes from the Basque lands of Europe are brought to the American West through migration?
We cooked up a platter of Georgia-style pork barbecue and discussed everything from the science of smoking to the different types of spices, meats, and wood used. What can the favorite foods of President Abraham Lincoln and Mary Todd Lincoln tell us about their differences in upbringing and their time in the White House? Sprinkle each piece with salt and pepper.
Evenly distribute crumb topping over each piece of fish. Insert probe end of temperature probe into the thickest piece of the fish.
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Are you ready for some delicious Biscuits and gravy by AlmazanKitchen? Today is your lucky day then! Spring throwback with popular breakfast USA dish, which consists of soft homemade forest-made in our case, ha-ha. Biscuits covered in sausage drippings with milk and spring onions as a finish off! You will need these ingredients: homemade Add pickles for savory notes, pungent spring onions and juicy and spicy homemade ketchup! You will need these ingredients: homemade sausages pickles spring A very special delicious recipe made in the Serbian jungles!
Slow-cooked for 8 hours ham hocks with bechamel sauce made from homemade milk and butter, savory mix of spices, and cheese overload! Do not bite your fingers!
Chicken breasts fried and then slow-cooked in bechamel sauce with 2 different kinds Mix all together and voila — welcome full range carnival in your mouth! You will need these ingredients: cured ham, smoked ham You already know that our outdoor kitchen is a magical place, here you can not only feed the woodpeckers from your hand but also you can find some cool spice mixes from the hollow tree.
This recipe is a very special milestone for Almazan Kitchen.
Because first of all this video was filmed on river shore where it all started a few years back. Secondly, this recipe is a must for any cookbooks!