Global Kitchen: The Magic Of Pickling!

By grace.g.yang · October 6, 2009
Under: Cheap Eats,My Life,UWS

Are you doing anything next Tuesday night? Well, if you don’t have plans for October 13th and you’re interested in pickling, I have the perfect event for you! The American Museum of Natural History is hosting an awesome event called “The Magic of Pickling,” where you’ll learn why pickling is so popular, what kinds of food pickle well, and learn about the history of pickling!

Lucy Norris, an oral historian, ethnographer, and author of Pickled: Preserving a World of Tastes and Traditions, joins local pickle maker Bob McClure of McClure’s Pickles to answer these questions and more in this new installment of the Global Kitchen series.

Attendees will also learn about the history of pickling and how cultures across the globe have tinkered with pickling recipes to make dishes spanning the gamut of tastes. Tastings are included. The event costs $20/pp and sounds like it will be a LOT of fun. For tickets, call 212.769.5200 or visit I’m attending the event (the museum has graciously given me a free ticket) and will report back on the 14th!

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Sounds like some hot pickles!

Written By jjb on October 11th, 2009 @ 2:44 pm

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