Eat History: A Symposium on the History of Food and Drink in Australia and Beyond
According to Cherry Ripe, Australians have the most adventurous palates in the world. Join us at this free symposium that will explore the role of food and drink in our history. From Australia to Russia; cupcakes to Johnny cakes; wine and cannibalism; expert speakers will serve up fascinating stories about food and eating in the past. Speakers include: Barbara Santich, Cherry Ripe; Beverley Kingston, David Christian and Sofia Eriksson, Penny Russell, Julie McIntyre, Blake Singley and Jacqui Newling.
Wednesday 7 September 2011, 9:00am to 4:00pm.
Dixson Room, State Library of NSW, Macquarie Street, Sydney.
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