The Endless Evolution of Food: A Maine History – Maine Food For Thought Conversation
Owner and Co-Founder of Maine Food For Thought, Bryce Hach facilitates a conversation with:
Steve Bromage – Executive Director of the Maine Historical Society (MHS), and recently MHS hosted an exhibition – “Maine Eats: The Food Revolution Starts Here,” telling the Maine food story.
Nancy Harmon Jenkins – writer, traveler, food authority, and historian, as well as an authority on Mediterranean cuisines, on the Mediterranean diet and its consequences for good health.
Don Lindgren- an antiquarian bookseller specialized in printed and manuscript books about food and drink. His bookselling business, Rabelais: Fine Books on Food & Drink, located in Biddeford, Maine, acquires, researches, and sells rare books, manuscripts, ephemera, and other materials related to culinary history and culture.
Sandy Oliver – author, acclaimed food historian, freelance food writer of the column “Taste Buds.” for The Bangor Daily News, and conducts classes and workshops in food history and in sustainable gardening and cooking.
Dr. Darren Ranco – Chair of Native American Programs, at the University of Maine, in Orono.
On a Maine Food for Thought tour, we reveal the distinctive stories of the Maine food system and how Maine’s people, environment, and economy interact to shape a celebrated food destination.
Find out more at https://www.mainefoodforthought.com