While you’re pondering what to have for lunch, remember that Saturday, October 24th, The Smithsonian will host a Food History Festival at The National Museum of American History.
What is a Food History Festival?
Well, expect lots of live cooking demonstrations (innovating salsas and guacamole or Oaxacan cooking, anyone?), book signings from authors of a culinary persuasion, agricultural displays, hands-on activities at the Spark!Lab and the Victory Garden, and a few film screenings and discussions. The documentary film, Farmland, following six young American farmers looks to be interesting.
Check out the full schedule.
Even if you don’t like food (please, you love it), this still affords you the excuse to visit The National Museum of American History once again!
The Smithsonian Food History Festival
The National Museum of American History
Saturday, October 24