October 12, 2012
Learn 31 Ways To Make Meals Out Of Hot Dogs At The National Museum Of American Jewish History’s “Just a Pinch: A Brief And Unofficial History Of Jewish Cooking In America,” October 24
What do you get when you mix Hebrew National Hot Dogs, Crisco and Audrey Claire Taichman?
A can’t-miss foodie event coming up at the National Museum of American Jewish History on Wednesday evening, October 24 called “Just a Pinch: A Brief and Unofficial History of Jewish Cooking in America.”
Get a special peek into all of the cooking-related ephemera held in the museum’s vast collection through readings by special guests plus a look at images not regularly available to visitors, during this savory journey through Jewish cooking in America.
Including 31 Ways To Make Meals Out Of Hot Dogs, a 1956 Hebrew National cookbook.
Special guests include Siobhan A. Reardon, President and Director of the Free Library of Philadelphia, and Audrey Claire Taichman of Audrey Claire, Twenty Manning Grill and COOK.
Best part: vintage recipes come to life at the light reception immediately to follow.
This program is a part of What is Your Food Worth?, a two-year project exploring the rich relationship between American Jews and food.
Tickets are available online.
“Just a Pinch: A Brief And Unofficial History Of Jewish Cooking In America”
Where: National Museum Of American Jewish History, 101 S. Independence Mall East
When: Wednesday, October 24, 6:30 p.m.
Cost: $8 Members and students, $12 non-members
More info: www.nmajh.org