Film still, Lubin Manufacturing Company, Philadelphia, ca. 1910. Donated by Jean M. Fulton in honor of Dr. Deborah M. Pressman and Cecilia Lubashur Neuman
In My Grandmother's Kitchen
Thursday, December 12 at 7:00 pm
We’re cooking up a night of storytelling about kitchens and the food, family, love, and life that fill them, featuring a delicious lineup of personal stories from Author and Illustrator Bryan Collier, Poet and 2013 Women of the World Poetry Slam Champion Denice Frohman, Celebrity Chef & Entrepreneur Delilah Winder, Storytelling Artist and First Person Arts Best Storyteller in Philadelphia 2012, Marjorie Winther, and you.
Emcee: Jason Sheehan, Philadelphia Magazine Food Editor, and Author of the memoir, Cooking Dirty.
Bring a recipe or a small item* that will help you to tell a brief anecdote about the role of food in your life, and you could become a part of the program. Let the story-sharing continue at the Jewish deli-style reception that follows!
*Please, no sharp items or anything that could be considered dangerous. Thank you for your cooperation, and for your understanding that the Museum is not responsible for the items.
$25/$18 NMAJH and First Person Arts Members and Temple Owl Card holders
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Presented with First Person Arts, Temple University’s Feinstein Center for American Jewish History, What is Your Food Worth?, and Reboot’s Beyond Bubbie. Event type:Lectures & Discussions