Lecture Series: Sarah Hood

Tuesday  27 February  2018  10:00 AM    Tuesday  27 February  2018 12:00 PM
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Part of the Brockville Museum's 15th Annual Lecture Series
Tuesday, February 27th: Sarah Hood
What We Ate: A Cook's Tour of Canadian Food History

Synopsis:
A brief sketch of the ingredients, food businesses and cooking technology that have influenced the meals on Canadian tables from the 1600s to the year 2000.

Bio:
Sarah B. Hood is a writer with a strong interest in social history. A board member of the Culinary Historians of Canada and a volunteer historic cook at City of Toronto museums, she enjoys experimenting with antique cooking methods and recipes. She contributes monthly articles about Ontario food icons to TVOntario's website. Her most recent book is "We Sure Can, How jams and pickles are reviving the lure and lore of local food". She is currently writing a world history of jams, jellies and marmalades.

Tickets $10/lecture or $40/series of five lectures
TICKETS MUST BE PURCHASED IN ADVANCE

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