Evelyn Kim, food and science writer, stopped by the studio to give us a sneak peak at the upcoming festival, Eating Through Time: Food, Health and History at the New York Academy of Medicine on October 17th, 2015.

Tickets to the event are available here.  Attendees will have the opportunity to browse items from the New York Academy of Medicine’s archives (they have over 10,000 items related to food and health, including the Apicius, one of the oldest surviving cookbooks in the Western world) in their stunning reading room.

For more, see the full schedule of events.

 

 

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