Culinary Historians of Northern California
Culinary Historians of Northern California

Upcoming Event:

 

Date: Sunday, January 29, 2017

Time: 1:30 pm

Location: Jewish Community Library

Address: 1835 Ellis Street, San Francisco, CA 94115

Phone: (415) 567-3327

 

Speaker: Bob Kann, author of A Recipe for Success: Lizzie Kander and Her Cookbook (2014), will share stories about Kander, her cookbook, and growing up Jewish in America in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Kander developed the Settlement Cookbook to help Jewish immigrant girls learn American-style cooking. The book's proceeds helped build Milwaukee's first Settlement House and later the Jewish Community Center. With forty editions since 1903, The Settlement Cookbook became one of the most successful fundraising cookbooks in history, selling more than two million copies. Attendees of this free event are encouraged to bring their own Settlement Cookbooks and share their stories.

 

 

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Unless otherwise noted, all CHoNC events are free and open to the public.

Past Events

8 December 2016

Omnivore Books

Speaker: Elaine Khosrova, author of Butter: A Rich History (2016).

 

3 November 2016

Omnivore Books

Speaker: George Geary, author of L.A.'s Legendary Restaurants: Celebrating the Famous Places Where Hollywood Ate, Drank, and Played (2016).

 

20 October 2016

Omnivore Books

Speaker: Naomi Duguid, author of Taste of Persia: A Cook's Travels Through Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Iran, and Kurdistan (2016).

 

29 September 2016

Omnivore Books

Speaker: Steven Grasse, author of Colonial Spirits: A Toast to our Drunken History (2016).

 

18 August 2016

Swedish American Hall

Event: "Twentieth-Century Restaurant Culture in San Francisco," with speaker Erica J. Peters.

 

22 July 2016

Omnivore Books

Speaker: Ursula Heinzelmann, author of Beyond Bratwurst: A History of Food in Germany (2014).

 

16 June 2016

Omnivore Books

Speakers: Shanna Farrell (of Berkeley's Oral History Center) in a conversation with Arthur Hartunian and Arne Hillesland, two of the distillers featured in Distilled Stories: California Artisans Behind the Spirits (2016).

 

19 May 2016

Mechanics' Institute of San Francisco

Speaker: Taryn Edwards spoke on wines and spirits featured at the nineteenth-century Mechanics' Institute's Industrial Expositions.

 

12 May 2016

Omnivore Books

Speaker: Adrian Miller, author of the James Beard award-winning Soul Food: The Surprising Story of an American Cuisine, One Plate at a Time (2013).

 

28 April 2016

Omnivore Books

Speaker: Katie Parla, author of Tasting Rome: Fresh Flavors and Forgotten Recipes from an Ancient City (2016).

 

19 March 2016

Omnivore Books

Speaker: Thomas Parker (Vassar College), author of Tasting French Terroir: The History of an Idea (2015).

 

13 February 2016

University of the Pacific, San Francisco

Speaker: Adrienne Rose Johnson (Ph.D. candidate at Stanford and Visiting Scholar in NYU's Dept. of Food Studies, Nutrition and Public Health) spoke on the history of food fads and dieting culture.

 

20 January 2016

Omnivore Books

Speaker: Bee Wilson, author of First Bite: How We Learn to Eat (Basic Books, 2015).

CHoNC events 2004-2015.doc
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Contact:

 

1933 Fordham Way
Mountain View, CA 94040

E-mail: ejpeters@chonc.com

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