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F14. A History of Christmas Foods & Celebrations [FULL]

F14. A History of Christmas Foods & Celebrations [FULL]

This course is full. To be placed on the waiting list, call 413.263.6800, ext. 377.

Saturday, 10 am-12:30 pm

Explore the origins and symbolism of traditional Christmas foods from the Americas and Europe. From the centerpieces of the holiday meal to the array of sweets that appear only at this time of year, Claire explains the culinary history of this holiday with recipes and dishes for sampling.  

$25, Members; $29, nonmembers

ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR

Claire Hopley: Teacher and journalist; food writer for the Boston Globe, Yankee Magazine,  Washington Times, Daily Hampshire Gazette, and Amherst Bulletin; author, New England Cooking: Seasons and Celebrations, The World of Blantyre and the Cookery of Christopher Brooks, History of Tea and Tea Times, The History of Christmas Food and Feasts, and Valley Vegetables.

Dates:
December 6 (one class)
Michele & Donald D'Amour Museum of Fine Arts
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