American Folklife Center, West Virginia Folklife Center, and Lost Creek Farm are happy to announce the Homegrown Foodways in West Virginia program, a series of four films that explore a range of food traditions in the state. All films will premiere on American Folklife Center’s Facebook page, with a culminating discussion panel on September 30. The schedule for Homegrown Foodways in West Virginia program is:
- August 18 at 12:00 pm EST: Foraging and Relations with Jonathan Hall
- September 1 at 12:00 pm EST: Kimchi Fermentation with Marlyn McClendon
- September 15 at 12:00 pm EST: Ravioli and Sauce with Lou Maiuri
- September 15 at 12:30 pm EST: Turkish Cuisine with Mehmet Öztan
Information contextualizing the series within the history of West Virginia foodways and materials in the American Folklife Center’s collections plus more details and a full schedule can be found at Folklife Today. All videos will be available on the Library of Congress’ YouTube channel after the series concludes.
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