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18 JULY 2013
6:00 PM to 8:00 PM

I will be a part of the Smithsonian‘s “Food in the Garden” series this summer at the National Museum of American History

Heirlooms: Old, New, Local, Global
Heirloom foods let us taste history while preserving it, but what do “heirlooms” really mean and where do they come from? Join the conversation about native plants, new varieties, and the global influence of diverse communities on foods right here in the DC region. We’ll be talking with: Pati Jinich, host of “Pati’s Mexican Table” and cookbook author, Rayna Green, National Museum of American History curator and Native American food and plant specialist, Hiu Newcomb of Potomac Vegetable Farm, and Ira Wallace of the Southern Exposure Seed Exchange.

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