*Cooking Demos, Panel Discussions with Local Chefs and Food Industry Leaders
*Cook-Off Competitions, Tastings, Innovations, Explorations
*Exciting New Location: The Plaza at the Science Center, Harvard (1 Oxford Street, Cambridge)
Food is universal and unifying but also ever-changing. So where is it going next? Harvard University Dining Services and Let’s Talk About Food are hosting a fun-filled and inspiring day of cooking, demonstrations, hands-on skills, head-to-head competitions and tastings, innovations and explorations. Join the Greater Boston community of eaters to explore “Feeding the Future.” Bring your culinarians, your kids, your scientists, your adventurers and hear, taste and experience the next generation of dining! The event is free and open to the public.
Let’s Talk About Food 2018 includes:
∞ Demos and conversations with some of the area’s leading chefs, including Irene Li (Mei Mei Restaurant), Tracy Pang (PAGU), Marie-Claude Mendy (Teranga Restaurant), Avi Shemtov (The Chubby Chickpea Truck), Todd Heberlin (Volante Farms), Charles Draghi (Erbaluce (Boston)), Rebecca Gullo (Blackbird Doughnuts) and more, discussing the unlovable species of seafood, eliminating food waste, supporting growing farmers and sharing a love for local food, exploring the African diaspora through cuisine, and our love affair with doughnuts.
∞ Cook-offs pitting restaurants and college dining teams in battles for Best Vegan Chili, Best New England Clam Chowder, Modern Meatballs
∞ One-Minute Skills that will take your home cooking to the next level
∞ A Readable Feast of cookbooks
∞ Kitchen Conversations to share your culinary story
∞ And more!