PLEASE NOTE: This seminar is bundled with your free Live Seminar Student Orientation (a Fast Track Class) .
This FREE Live two-week Seminar explores holiday food traditions around the world. What did the Pilgrims really eat on the first Thanksgiving? When did green bean casserole become a favorite American recipe? Why does Britain celebrate Shrove Tuesday with pancakes?
Come dig behind some of the holiday food traditions celebrated around the world with Monitor food editor Kendra Nordin. We will examine cherished and familiar holiday recipes and the cultural issues that influenced their development. And you'll get to try out a few recipes in your own kitchen and share your insights and food traditions, as well.
Class runs October 29 - November 12. Live class sessions meet Tuesday evenings November 5th and 12th, 7:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. (CT).
PLEASE NOTE: This seminar is bundled with your FREE Online Student Orientation Course which appears as a "Fast Track Class".