Sydney Living Museums is serving up a delicious world of gastronomic workshops, tastes, talks, tours and more with the launch of its new, year round program - Sydney Living Museums Food.
Sydney Living Museums Food is a year round program of events, talks, workshops, tours and stories that explores Sydney's culinary past. The exhibition, Eat your history: A Shared Table opens at the Museum of Sydney on 28 September 2013 and runs until 9 March 2014.
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Inspired by Sydney Living Museums' stunning historic homes, gardens and kitchen collections the program features a specially curated menu of enticing food experiences including a new exhibition Eat Your History: A Shared Table at the Museum of Sydney.
Director of Sydney Living Museums, Mark Goggin said he is honoured to launch such a rich program that invites people of all ages to experience Sydney's culinary history as though they have lived it themselves.
"The inspiration for the program has been drawn from our 12 museums and historic houses, their kitchen gardens, sculleries, butler's pantries, dining rooms, and even the splatters from the pages of Australia's earliest recipe books in our collections,” said Mr Goggin.
"The centerpiece for Sydney Living Museums Food is our new exhibition at the Museum of Sydney. Eat your history: a shared table takes you on a fascinating tour of Sydney's early food culture from 1788 to the 1950's – through the lens of eight of our historic homes and museums."
"We have also brought together some of Sydney's great chefs, influential thinkers and knowledgeable food historians to curate and recreate food experiences that deserve to be revived and enjoyed again today."