Monday, April 27, 2020

Virtual talks, reading & past videos for quarantine

Hundreds of virtual food history talks, courses, webinars, cooking demos, workshops, tours and reading materials are being offered free as we stay at home.  THREE symposiums went online.  Most, including tapes of past talks, will continue to be freely available. If you know of any other activities, please use "contact form" on right.  ENJOY!


Keep checking back since I am adding links as I find them.  Last update 8/3/2020

AUGUST EVENTS - Eastern time zone   33

Aug 1 Sat #FoodDayCanada. For recipes to "Cook like a Canadian" and info to use the hashtag HERE . Bentwood box cooking of the First Nations HERE

Aug 1 Sat 1-8pm National Mead Day. History, tasting guides, making advice…for 7 hours. F.H.Steinbart Co. HERE

Aug 1 Sat 2pm American Cuisine in the Colonial Era. What is American cuisine and how has it reflected social trends and divisions? Paul Freedman. Newlin Grist Mill HERE

Aug 1 Sat 2pm The Potlikker Papers: a food history of the modern south. John T. Edge HERE

Aug 4 Tues 8:30-10pm Food on Wheels in the American West for the San Francisco Professional Food Society HERE

Aug 6 Thurs 11am Warner’s Gin Distillery tour and botanical gardens, Scotland HERE

Aug 6 Thur 1-2 When in the Renaissance, eat as the artists ate (Botticelli, Caravaggio, Brunelleschi Leonardo Da Vinci, Michelangelo and Pontormo) $30, Curious Appetite Travel (in Italy) HERE

Aug 7 Fri 1:30 Rice How it Evolved Through International Collaborations Webinar #3 of “Rice! An Exploration of Cultural Expression with Scholars and Chefs in 3 Webinars” NAL (National Agricultural Library) HERE

Aug 7 Fri 5:30 Accidental Discoveries: In the Kitchen. Atlas Obscura $7 HERE

Aug 8 Sat 2pm A Recipe for Subversion: How Suffragists Used Cookbooks to Fight for the Vote. HFSDV HERE

Aug 11 Tue 6:30-8:30  The History of Scotch Whisky $6  HERE

Aug 12 Wed 2pm Real Bread Bakers. Screening and panel discussion  $5 (half goes to a Glasgow food fund) HERE.

Aug 12 Wed 7-8:30 Whiskey, Boxing, and Politics: The Lost New Orleans of Big Jim Comiskey, (1897-1972) Hermann Grima House HERE .  Great talk in July, now available on tape for a short time - Cradle of the Cocktail: The Rise of Drinking Culture in 19th Century New Orleans. Dr. Kristen Brooks (PhD in aspect of history of alcohol)  HERE

Aug 12 Wed 7 Colonial Milling & Brewing. Stratford Hall HERE

Aug 12 Wed 7:30 The Archaeology of Beer. $6 HERE

Aug 12 Wed 8pm Beyond the North Wind: Russia in Recipes and Lore. Darra Goldstein. Culinary Historians of Chicago. HERE

Aug 13 Thurs 12pm  Early Mills and Milling Seminar and baking with author William Rubel, speaker Tony Shahan of Newlin Grist Mill museum PA.  Join Rubel's Facebook page Bread History and Practice for weekly topics and details HERE

Aug 13 Thurs 6:30pm Cooking by the Book: Celebrity Chefs, Cookbookery, and the Changing Landscape of American Cuisine. HERE

Aug 15 Sat 10:30 Foods of 18th-century tenant farmers. Gunston Hall, VA but cooking in a house HERE

Aug 15 Sat 1-2:30 DIY Ginger Ale and Vanilla Extract Workshop - A Virtual Program HERE

Aug 19 Wed 11:30am From Foraging to Farming: How Our Skeletons Changed HERE

Aug 20 Thur 5pm Recipes for Respect: African American Meals and Meaning by Dr. Rafia Zafar. Culinary Historians of N. Cal.  HERE

Aug 20 Thurs 12pm Bread Seminar and baking with author William Rubel. Join his Facebook page Bread History and Practice for weekly topics and details HERE

Aug 22 Sat 10-4 Maryland Iron Festival: Mountains, Metal and Malt - Virtual Edition. traditional food preparation. Repeated on Sun. HERE

Aug 25 Tue 6:30-8  The American Coffeehouse $7 HERE

Aug 25 Tue 7pm African American Foodways Cooking Demonstration. Stratford Hall HERE

Aug 26 Wed 2pm Mr. & Mrs. Novice: Victory Garden Propaganda During WWII. HERE

Aug 26 Wed 6:30-8  The History of Gin $6 HERE

Aug 27 Thurs 12pm Bread Seminar and baking with author William Rubel. Join his Facebook page Bread History and Practice for weekly topics and details HERE

Aug 27 Thurs 4pm Bread Baking as Opportunity. 20 min talk by author and CA baker Josey Baker at Fermentology  HERE

Aug 27 Thurs  6 weeks   100 Years of Women Voting Symposium.  6 Thursdays of panels and keynote speakers co-sponsored by US Capitol Historical Society, Library of Congress, National Women's Suffrage Commission. HERE

Aug 28 Fri 7pm Seeing the Enslaved Cook: Behind the Stereotypes & the Myths by Karen Becker & Jerome Bias. Newlin Grist Mill HERE CANCELLED

Aug 29 Sat 10-3 African-American Cooking by Karen Becker & Jerome Bias. Newlin Grist Mills “History at Work” info HERE CANCELLED

SEPTEMBER EVENTS - Eastern time zone   10


Sept 2 Wed 8pm Fat Rascals: Dining at Shakespeare's Table. John Tufts. Culinary Historians of Chicago. HERE

Sept 2 Wed     CHEW Culinary Enthusiasts of Wisconsin HERE

Sept 3 Thurs 6-8 Re-Creating the Past: The Archaeology of Beer. $5 HERE

Sept 3 Thurs 7pm THE FAT RASCAL: Dining at Shakespeare's Table, from an actor's point of view. John Tufts. HFSDV Historic Foodways of the Delaware Valley HERE

Sept 10 Thurs 4pm Modernist Cuisine. 20 min talk on experiments "that dispel many long-standing baking myths" at Fermentology HERE

Sept 13 Sun Making the Museum of Food and Drink MOFAD in NY. Peter Kim. CHoW

Sept 17 Thurs 4pm Pickling with Vivian Howard. 20 min talks at Fermentology HERE

Sept 17 Thurs 6-8 A Century of Homebrewing  HERE

Se 22 Tue 7pm African American Foodways Cooking Demonstration. Stratford Hall HERE

Sept 24 Thurs 4pm Spices in Mesopotamian Food. 20 min talk on "recipes exist in the form of clay tablets from ancient Babylonia dating to the 18th century BCE" at Fermentology HERE

Sept 24 Thurs 7pm Clues, Craft, & Cookery. Documenting, restoring, and furnishing the original 1739 kitchen and pantry at Newlin Grist Mills. Info HERE $10 610-459-2359

Oct 3 Sat 7pm Food, Politics & Colonial Women. Stratford Hall HERE

Oct 5 Mon 11-11:30 Kansas Mexican-Americans & Food HERE

Oct 15-17 Th-Sa Food Futures: Striving for Justice. Smithsonian Food History Weekend

Oct 15? 10pm Imbibing LA: Boozing it Up in the City of Angels. Palos Verdes Library, Rolling Hills Estates. HERE

Oct 27 Tues 7pm Why Waste Food? Andy Smith. Culinary Historians of Chicago HERE

Nov 9 Mon 5 Talk by Kara Harris for Enoch Pratt Free Library

Nov 21 Sat Before Stratford: Panel on the Myths of Thanksgiving. Stratford Hall HERE

Nov 24 Tue Colonial Foodways Cooking Demonstration. Stratford Hall HERE

Dec 1 Tue 7 The Lees & Liquor: The role of alcohol in the 18th century. Stratford Hall HERE

Dec 12 Sat Christmastide: colonial cooking demo, holiday decorations workshop, live music. Stratford Hall HERE

VOLUNTEER TO TRANSCRIBE MANUSCRIPT RECIPES, MENUS

More info on post HERE

Folgers list of online resources for early modern English paleography… to learn to decipher, read, and interpret manuscript materials written in early handwriting. HERE

COULD USE VOLUNTEER TRANSCRIBERS -  
EMROC Early Modern Recipes Online Collective - HERE
Folger Shakespeare Library, DC - EMMO, Before Farm to Table... HERE
Szathmary Cookbooks at University of IowaHERE
NYPL New York Public Library menus - HERE


COOKING HISTORICALLY DURING THE QUARANTINE

Benjamin Franklin's recipes in blog posts with info on his life and 18th cen culture on the American Philosophical Society BLOG.  More on Franklin's handwritten recipes, my post HERE

Jas Townsend & Sons (Colonial through Federal) Youtube series HERE

Tasting History Max Miller  HERE

Wyoming State Archives recipes from Wyoming cookbooks on Throwback Thursday HERE

Cooking in the Archives: Updating Early Modern Recipes (1600-1800) in a Modern Kitchen HERE

Historical Society of Pennsylvania #foodiefridaysAtHSP various cookbooks & manuscripts HERE

New York Historical Society. Recipe of the Week. Handwritten manuscripts HERE

Detroit Historical Society. Pint-Sized Prohibitions. Cocktails HERE

Connor Prairie recipe videos HERE

Old Sturbridge Village recipe videos HERE

CULINARY HISTORIANS GROUPS  

HFSDV Historic Foodways Society of the Delaware Valley. May 26 Tue 7pm Summertime Victorian Entertaining; June 16 Tue 2pm Cooking at the Hearth at Colonial Williamsburg.  need HERE Past programs HERE

Culinary Historians of Chicago.  June 18 Rule of Rum; July 15 The Kitchen; Aug _ Shakespeare's Table free. HERE  Past talks are online as podcasts HERE When Potato Fields were Prisons: Unfree Farm Labor in McHenry County during WWII, and  16,000 Years of Potato History.

Culinary Historians of New York.  Past issues of newsletter HERE and newer online issues HERE Past talks on podcast page being reconfigured.

CHAA Culinary Historians of Ann Arbor.  Past issues of quarterly newsletters HERE. A few taped talks: History of Arab Restaurants in US HERE. Food Policy Protests in New Deal HERE. Food Adulteration in 19th cen Michigan HERE. and Desserts of the Dirty '30s (1930s)  HERE

CHEW Culinary History Enthusiasts of Wisconsin. July 1 The Kitchen.  For members or newsletter list HERE  / / Wisconsin beer history - Pure Beer is Pure Food!   //Potato History talk recorded (start c 1 min.) HERE

Culinary Historians of Northern California.  Virtual talks: Jews, Schmaltz, and Crisco April 19; Matthew Booker talk on co-editing the 2019 Food Fights: How History Matters to Contemporary Food Debates and also his family's sourdough.  May 14; The Kitchen June 25;

Culinary Historians of Southern California. past speakers' talks HERE


Culinary Historians of Canada. HERE Behind Every Great Cook Is a Great Mother HERE

 
MUSEUM ACTIVITIES
 
George Washington’s Mount Vernon livestream tours, with tapes of past tours: Kitchen; Distillery;  Cellar (terrific!); Slave Quarters; Punch bowl, Dining room, more; author talks HERE Kitchen excavation HERE
 
#Museumsurvivalkit video submissions from various museums – making recipes, foraging, etc HERE
 
Colonial Williamsburg Recipes HERE. "Explore from home" HERE. Past live videos HERE. "History is Served" (where is it now??)
 
Smithsonian Food History Weekends videos of past years speakers HERE
 
DiMenna Children’s History Museum of the NY Historical Society. Jumbles (cookie talk for children, with recipe); Juneteenth foods.  Livinghistory@home HERE

Foodways with the Frontier Culture Museum with Karen Becker.  Tape HERE

 

Tenement Museum, NYC Past talks on tape including The Dairy Restaurant; A Pickle Lesson, others HERE and A Square Meal…Great Depression HERE

Middleton Place. Charleston SC. Facebook page has live talks, tours and cooking tapes. Cooking, with rice HERE


Gunston Hall in Va. Summer Saturdays. Link for upcoming and past topics. Foods: Mason Family. Foods: People in Slavery. Cooking at home. HERE

VIRTUAL LECTURE SERIES - CURRENT

Fermentology Mini-Seminars. Thurs. 4:00 20 min. talks at least once a week (after which they are put up on youtube); On the Culture of Cheese. Interesting 20 min. talk by the author of The Art of Natural Cheesemaking on using the old starter methods: wood boxes or woven baskets, clabber, whey, or keifer; The World’s Oldest Cheese and Yoghurt; other subjects bread, cheese, beer, sourdough and many more HERE   All past talks on youtube HERE
Weekly flour and bread seminar/workshops with author William Rubel every Thursday at noon. Flour before the Roller Mill, Manchet Bread, French Bread, Sourdough Bread and the Sourdough Library...  Join his Facebook page Bread History and Practice for weekly topics and details HERE

A Seat at the Table: A Journey into Jewish Food HERE   Darra Goldstein, Joan Nathan and others  discuss the food history and recipes of the Ashkenazi of Eastern Europe. (7 sessions) Free during Quarantine.  Registration HERE

River Rat Pottery - “COVID-19 CERAMICS : A survivalist guide to making ceramics during a pandemic” Facebook videos (for students to make at home) on finding river clay, drying, harvesting and cooking shells then mix in clay... HERE

Archaeology Now. Tiny Lectures (c4 min. ongoing) HERE Dr. Leni Sorensen talk about enslaved chefs at Monticello (and kitchen equipment) HERE, and History of food and feasting in ancient Egypt by Dr. Salima Ikram HERE

Medieval Life and Death History Week. On food with Chris Woolgar. All talks taped.. BBC History Mag Live HERE

Brooklyn Brainery has various topics courses for $6 or so HERE and Past Programs HERE

UNIVERSITY  COURSES - ONGOING - free or free trial

Harvard University free online classes. Science & Cooking: From Haute Cuisine to Soft Matter Science (chemistry) HERE and (physics) HERE Each is 16 weeks/units.  Harold McGee, top chefs and Harvard researchers. Harold McGee On Food and Cooking : The Science And Lore Of The Kitchen 1984, 2004

Futurelearn HERE (in conjunction with UK universities) videos and texts cover a wide variety of subjects (science, lit, health care, history...) including one by the Historic Royal Palaces on A History of Royal Fashion from Henry VIII to Elizabeth II, which is going on now.  It does not take too long to go thro a session. Four years ago, Historic Royal Palaces offered A History of Royal Food and Feasting, but it is no longer available, offered sporadically.  HERE

Great Courses HERE offers free trial (14 or 30 days) for their "lifelong learning" videos (profs give these food related talks, but not university courses) and have three series of 24 or 36, 30 minute videos.  Food: A cultural Culinary History and his earlier series Cooking across the Ages has Ken Albala cooking historical recipes in his kitchen.  
Food, Science and the Human Body is a lecture series of 36 topics by Dr. Crittenden discusses the evolution of diet, from early man, hunter gatherers, insects, spice trade, coffee and tea, as medicine.

Free online classes from universities in Massive Open Online Courses (MOOC) HERE, Coursera Courses HERE, Class Central HERE and FutureLearn HERE

One Day University.  7.95/month. one month free trial HERE

VIRTUAL TALKS, CONFERENCES - PREVIOUS 

Puratos Sourdough Library in Belgium, virtual tour HERE

The History of Native American Cuisine with Dr. Lois Ellen Frank. Road Scholar Virtual Lecture. HERE

War Fare: From the Homefront to the Frontlines online exhibit with WWI recipes HERE    WWI cookbook HERE

Bread & Beauty with Claudia Kousoulas for Montgomery History. HERE

Smithsonian American History Museum Food resources 5/5/2020 HERE

Manuscript Cookbook Conference & others, Fales Food Video Archive NYU Special Collections (4 webpages, click on arrow at bottom). HERE

Roger Smith Cookbook Conference. HERE  The original site link which used to house the videos is being redirected to a grill company.

Women’s Suffrage Centennial exhibits in DC taped tours by C-SPAN.  National Archives HERE, and National Portrait Gallery HERE and pt. 2 HERE.Women’s Suffrage Centennial Commission talk about 3 DC exhibits HERE A bit of a stretch, but Kleber's Suffrage Cook Book is in the Library of Congress exhibit and 10 years ago I posted her poem "Pie for a Suffragist's Doubting Husband" for the 90th.  POST HERE

Mass Historical Society Cooking Boston food history, 5 part series, videos HERE and The Great Molasses Flood Revisited Part 2 and Part 3

Food and Drink in Italian Renaissance and Baroque Art. Princeton University Art Museum  HERE   The museum has arranged it so locals can watch while enjoying a specially designed menu from a downtown Princeton restaurant Mezzaluna for pickup and wine pairings from next door Public Wine, Beer and Spirits.  What a great idea!


SYMPOSIUMS ONLINE - FREE OR SMALL FEE (videos of past talks)

Dublin Gastronomy Symposium (5th biennial) - Food and Disruption: What shall we eat tomorrow?   May 25-29 free! 50 peer reviewed papers HERE or HERE  Recordings of past programs  HERE

The Great Big Jewish Food Fest. May 19-28   Archive of past talks HERE

Oxford Symposium on Food & Cookery - Herbs & Spices. July 10-Au 2   Not free (80 pounds/ $97), but here's your chance to watch if you have never gone.  

ONLINE READING

JSTOR - Individual Account - free -100 articles per month through December 31, 2020.  It is a collection of scholarly journals, ebooks, and images HERE

Oxford Symposium, Proceedings, prior to the most recent three years are now available on Google Books and as free downloads HERE

Historic cookbooks on line HERE

Newberry Library's Digital Collections for the Classroom, Chicago. HERE Essays and many period book pages on each subject: Foods of the Columbian Exchange, The Discovery of Chocolate, The Medieval Spice Trade.

Benjamin Franklin's Recipes series. American Philosophical Society, founded in 1743 by Benjamin Franklin houses his papers, which include recipes.  Starting in May 2020 they “have invited scholars, public historians, and chefs with a range of interests to share their reflections on Franklin, his recipes, and the culture of the eighteenth-century Atlantic World over the coming weeks.” HERE

JUNE EVENTS -  Eastern time zone   23/8
June 3 Wed 7:30  Wisconsin beer history - Pure Beer is Pure Food!  For CHEW members or newsletter list HERE

June 4 Thurs 1pm Deciphering the Past: An Introduction to Transcription.  Knowledge needed when studying manuscript recipes, letters, diaries.  Science History Institute & American Philosophical Society HERE

June 4 Thurs. 4pm A Brief History of Sourdough.   Weekly 20 min talks by specialist/authors are Thursdays 4pm at Fermentology more topics HERE

June 4 Thur 7pm Virtual Ship to Shop: Women and Commerce in Colonial Annapolis.  taped  HERE
 
June 10 Wed 1pm Swedish Food History through the Kitchen Garden РA Virtual Talk with Richard Tellstr̦m. More HERE. $5 if not American Swedish Institute member

June 11 Thurs 12pm Introduction to Flatbread talk and workshop with author William Rubel. Join his Facebook page Bread History and Practice for weekly topics and details HERE

June 11 Thurs 1pm Bay to Table: Rethinking Tradition …Chesapeake oysters…historical, social, and environmental factors that have shaped the way seafood has been accessed and perceived for centuries. HERE Taped HERE

June 16 Tue 2pm Cooking at the Hearth at Colonial Williamsburg. Historic Foodways Society of the Delaware Valley.  taped HERE

June 17 Wed 1pm Living History at Home: Cooking for Juneteenth (fire pit; geared for kids, which is a great idea) HERE
 
June 18 Thurs 12pm   Bread related words (there are thousands!) from author William Rubel's research for his giant work on breads. Join his Facebook page Bread History and Practice for weekly topics and details HERE

June 18 Thurs 4pm Fermentation in Ancient Mesopotamia, Beer, Bread and More Beer Weekly 20 min talks by specialist/authors are Thursdays 4pm at Fermentology more topics HERE

June 18 Thurs 8pm The Rule of Rum. free. Culinary Historians of Chicago HERE tape HERE

June 19   Juneteenth at James Madison's Montpelier, Dr.  Leni Sorenson.   5 tapes available now  HERE and at Montecello HERE

June 20 Sat 10-11:30 The Diet of Our Ancestors – What History & Science Reveals. Black Heritage Trail NH HERE

June 22 Mon. 11:30am The Poison Squad: One Chemist’s Single-Minded Crusade for Food Safety at the Turn of the Twentieth Century HERE

June 23 Tue. 1-3 Native Bees. decline of honeybees is well documented, but …What do we know about native bees? HERE

June 23 Tue 7pm Pirates of the Chesapeake … to the Oyster Wars. Mount Vernon author talks HERE
 
June 25 Thurs 12pm  Bread talk and workshop with author William Rubel. Join his Facebook page Bread History and Practice for weekly topics and details HERE

June 25 Thurs 2pm The Kitchen by John Ota.  Culinary Historians of Northern Cal.  write for zoom info  ejpeters@chonc.com

June 25 Thurs 4pm Microbial War and Peace in Cheese Rind Microbiomes  Weekly 20 min talks by specialist/authors are Thursdays 4pm at Fermentology more topics HERE

June 27 Sat 10-4  Past to Apron Culinary History Conference.  30 min. talks throughout the day.  $20 non refundable fee. HERE NO TAPES

June 30 Tue 12pm The Migrating Food Pot: Palestinian and Israeli Cuisines Abroad.  Tape HERE
 
June 30 Tue 12:30 Eight Flavors: The Untold Story of American Cuisine book group discussion with Ms. Lohman attending. Info and registration HERE $10 suggested donation to the Wilton Historical Society, CT


JULY EVENTS Eastern time zone   22/7

July 1 Wed 7:30 The Kitchen: A Journey through time (book). For CHEW members or newsletter list HERE

July 2 Thurs 4pm Fermenting for the Zombie Apocalypse 20 min talks by specialist/authors at Fermentology more topics HERE

July 6-7 Experimental Food Design for Sustainable Futures. Workshops. Day 1 Fantastic(e)ating Food Futures; Day 2 Designing with More-than-Human Food Practices for Climate Resilience. HERE  Register by June 21

July 9 Thurs 12pm  English "French Bread" c1708 Seminar and baking with author William Rubel. Join his Facebook page Bread History and Practice for weekly topics and details HERE

July 9  Thurs 4pm The Evolution of Sour Taste in Hominid 20 min talks by specialist/authors at Fermentology more topics HERE

July 10-Au 2  Oxford Symposium on Food & Cookery. topic is Herbs & Spices. FILLED.

July 15 Wed 8pm  The Kitchen. Culinary Historians of Chicago HERE

July 16 Thurs 12pm  Introduction to Sourdough Seminar and baking with author William Rubel with Karl de Smedt from Puratos Sourdough Library in Belgium. Join his Facebook page Bread History and Practice for weekly topics and details HERE

July 16 Thurs 4pm The Evolution of Fermentation by Primates 20 min talks by specialist/authors at Fermentology more topics HERE

July 18 Sat 1-3:30 Pickle Making demo and illustrated talk from 1881 cookbook by Abby Fisher, a former slave. Becky Diamond for Ebenezer Maxwell Mansion. $6 HERE

July 20 Mon 7pm iScreen for Ice Cream. A virtual history. Historic Foodways Society of the Delaware Valley  HFSDV.  taped  HERE

July 22 Wed 1pm Liquid Vacation: A History of Tiki Cocktails HERE. taped

July 22 Wed 7pm  The Strangest Cooking Methods in the World. Culinary Historians of N Ca.  CHONC HERE

July 23 Thurs 12pm Breads of Nicolas de Bonnefons, 1645 Seminar and baking with author William Rubel. Join his Facebook page Bread History and Practice for weekly topics and details HERE

July 23 Thur 2-3 When in the Renaissance, eat as the artists ate (Botticelli, Caravaggio, Brunelleschi Leonardo Da Vinci, Michelangelo and Pontormo) $30, Curious Appetite Travel (in Italy) HERE

July 23 Thurs 4pm Novel Misos 20 min talks by specialist/authors at Fermentology more topics HERE 

July 24 Fri 1:30 Rice in Global Cuisines Webinar #1 of “Rice! An Exploration of Cultural Expression with Scholars and Chefs in 3 Webinars” NAL (National Agricultural Library) HERE

July 29 Wed 6:30 Table Matters: A Social and Cultural History of Restaurants authors talk. Wagner Free Institute of Science HERE

July 30 Thur 12-1:30 Women Brewing Beer in History, Africa, and Rwanda. HERE

July 30 Thurs 4pm Vegetable Fermentation 20 min talks by specialist/authors at Fermentology more topics HERE

July 30 Thurs 5pm History of Chocolate. American Heritage chocolates. National Archives HERE

July 31 Fri 1:30 Exploring Black America Food Culture and Historical Legacies Webinar #2 of “Rice! An Exploration of Cultural Expression with Scholars and Chefs in 3 Webinars” NAL (National Agricultural Library) HERE

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