Hispanic Caribbean Foods with Harry Rodriguez

    Mon, Oct 21, 2013

    Times: 6:00 - 7:00 pm

    Venue: Wistariahurst Museum

    238 Cabot Street, Holyoke, MA 01040

    Contact:

    Marjorie Latham

    lathamm@ci.holyoke.ma.us

    413-322-5660

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    Part of our Monday night lecture series: Culinary Incidents: A Historical Exploration of Food and Culture in the Pioneer Valley The Caribbean countries, Puerto Rico, Santo Domingo and Cuba, represent three of the top five Hispanic cultures that have melded into American society. The influences and daily use of Mexican cuisine often surpass and diminish the importance and contribution of Caribbean foods. For this presentation Harry Rodriguez will discuss and illustrate some classic examples of this cuisine, primarily Puerto Rico, its origins, ingredients, preparation, and its social importance for the Hispanic family. Admission $7/ $5 members

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