On this episode of The Food Seen, listen to Michael “cook art history”, as Maite Gomez-Rejón of ArtBites.net, takes THE FOOD SEEN on a tour through The MET (Metropolitan Museum of Art), to discuss America’s first “foodie”, Thomas Jefferson. During his time as minister to France, he learned to love French cuisine, brought it’s customs back to the US, introducing many staple ingredients, as well as bringing American crops back to Europe. After our time in the museum, we headed back to the kitchen to recreate “A Jeffersonian Feast”! This episode was sponsored by Tekserve & The Lower East Side Ecology Center’s “E-Waste Events”. Find out everything you need to know about recycling your old electronics by clicking here!
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