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Adventures in the Global Kitchen: Root Vegetables with Alex Guarnaschelli

Adventures in the Global Kitchen: Root Vegetables with Alex Guarnaschelli

Podcasts

Often overlooked root vegetables such as turnips and rutabaga can have a major impact on the Earth’s ecosystem and biodiversity. In this podcast, join chef Alex Guarnaschelli and Eleanor Sterling, Director of the Museum’s Center for Biodiversity, in a discussion about how our food shopping choices can affect sustainable agriculture.

Tags: Food, Podcasts, Our Global Kitchen

Chef Alex Guarnaschelli at the Museum, Thursday, December 13

Chef Alex Guarnaschelli at the Museum, Thursday, December 13

Q&As

From carrots to cassava, root vegetables are enjoying a culinary renaissance; this Thursday, December 13, at 6:30 pm, noted New York chef and Food Network star Alex Guarnaschelli will be at the Museum for a special Adventures in the Global Kitchen program devoted to how to cook and eat root vegetables, why they’re a lynchpin of biodiversity, and much more. She will be joined by Eleanor Sterling, co-curator of the Museum's new exhibition Our Global Kitchen: Food, Nature, Culture.

Tags: Food, Our Global Kitchen, Q&A

The Joy of Cooking's Family History

The Joy of Cooking's Family History

Q&As

In the Museum's new special exhibition Our Global Kitchen: Food, Nature, Culture, an early edition of the American classic Joy of Cooking, first published in 1931 by Irma S. Rombauer, is featured in a wall of cookbooks, from ancient to modern. We recently spoke to John Becker, a great-grandson of Rombauer, who with others in his family still works to edit and develop the "all-purpose" cookbook.

Tags: Food, Our Global Kitchen, Q&A

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