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Flavors: Historic California

Date
January 27
Time
7:00 pm - 9:30 pm
Cost
50$
Site
https://theautry.org/events/special-events/flavors-historic-california

Explore the journey from farm to table during this fascinating culinary series of thematic pop-up dinners combining historical and environmentally sustainable ingredients. Presented in collaboration with the Livestock Conservancy and Wildwood Heritage Provisions, experience the flavors of authentic Longhorn cattle, Churro sheep, and other breeds from California’s past, and join the conversation on the future of farming. Tickets include plates from four farm-to-table food stations, access to the California Continued galleries and garden, and meet-and-greets with chefs and other food experts.

Theme: Historic California

This meal combines heritage livestock with indigenous plants to create dishes that would be familiar to Californians over the centuries. From authentic Longhorn beef—imported by the Spanish rancheros—to nopales salad, these flavors create a unique taste experience that will take you back in time.

Location

The Autry Museum of the American West
4700 Western Heritage Way
Los Angeles, CA 90027 United States
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Phone:
323.667.2000
Website:
https://theautry.org/events/special-events/flavors-historic-california

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