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Preserving the harvest

Posted on October 11, 2007 under food history, me, minnesota | 2 Comments

This week at the Midtown Farmers’ Market in Minneapolis, on whose Advisory Committee I sit, we’re having a Preserving the Harvest Day.  The market is at 22nd Ave and Lake St in Minneapolis, and is open 8-1 Saturdays and 3:30-7:30 Tuesdays.  Here’s the info:  There are just three Saturdays left at the Midtown Farmers Market, and this […]

Foodways Tuesdays: Dried Beans, Foxfire, and Oral History for Teens

Posted on September 18, 2007 under food history, public history | 2 Comments

Welcome to PH‘s new food history series, Foodways Tuesdays.  This will be occasional, but will always appear on a Tuesday.  I plan to mostly discuss connections between foodways and living history; that is, actually doing historic food preparation.  I will also consider other intersections between food, museums, and history, such as storage issues for old […]