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Food Show: When Performance Becomes Lunch and Why We Finally Have an Appetite for a New Sort of Cooking Show - Thursday, October 15

October 5, 2009
N-62, 2009-10

The Critical Topics Series at New York University’s Elmer Holmes Bobst Library will hold a lively and informative panel discussion on Thursday, October 15 entitled “Food Show: When Performance Becomes Lunch and Why We Finally Have an Appetite for a New Sort of Cooking Show.” The two-hour event, free and open to the public, begins at 4 p.m. at 70 Washington Square South, 3rd Floor, Greenwich Village.

Panelists include: Delores Custer, food stylist; Harold McGee, author, professor, and New York Times columnist; Florent Morellet, restaurateur and community activist; Sara Moulton, author and TV chef; Fabio Parasecoli, author & NYU Food Studies faculty member. The discussion will be moderated by Clark Wolf, food and restaurant consultant.

Sponors of the discussion include : The New York University Fales Library; NYU Steinhardt School of Culture, Education and Human Development, Department of Nutrition, Food Studies & Public Health; and Clark Wolf.

The Critical Topics Series is Made Possible in Part by the Generosity of The Lizzie and Jonathan Tisch Foundation.

Please RSVP to 212.992.9018 or rsvp.bobst@nyu.edu

This Press Release is in the following Topics:
Events and Traditions

Type: Press Release

Press Contact: Robert Polner | (212) 998-2337


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