Indulge your senses during this family-friendly event inspired by FOOD: Our Global Kitchen that features tastings, demonstrations, cultural influences and special guests.
Show Me the Bacon
Indulge in a unique twist on an old favorite with samples of tempura fried bacon with butter syrup. Provided by Poke Burri, an Atlanta favorite known for their Hawaiian-style seafood bowls and sushi burritos. (Samples available while supplies last.)
Ice Cream Creation
Watch Blue Bell Creameries make ice cream right before your eyes. Working with basic ingredients, listen as they explain the history of everyone’s favorite frozen treat and the science that goes into its creation.
Sample Beech-Nut Baby Food’s diverse collection of baby food and toddler snacks to see why only authentic ingredients will do.
King of Pops**
Available for Purchase on the Terrace
Indulge in an icy treat on the terrace with King of Pops.
Where does food come from?
Join the conversation as Global Growers investigate the ways food is produced and moved throughout the world.
Nadi’s Ancient Juice
Taste and explore the ancient history of this unique rosehip drink.
The Anthropology of Food
Explore the cultural and biological side of food under microscopes with Kennesaw State University’s Anthropology Program.
Slow Food Atlanta
Experience this Atlanta-based organization’s photography and learn about their mission to prevent the disappearance of local food culture and traditions.
Master Cooking with a MasterChef*
11am, Frances Wood Wilson Foundation Theater
Learn from Atlanta’s very own Jasmine Stewart, MasterChef Junior Season 5 winner, as she shares tips, tricks, techniques and tools she can’t live without, and discusses her culinary journey followed by a Q&A session. Seating is limited.
Cost: Included with Museum admission. Members free.
Samples are available while supplies last and are limited to 1 per person. Samples are not guaranteed and may run out before the event concludes.
Mark your calendars for additional FOOD-olgy Days on July 7 and August 4.
*Activities are offered in the Great Hall from 10am to 1pm unless otherwise noted and are subject to change without notice.
**Popsicles not included with admission.
FOOD: Our Global Kitchen is organized by the American Museum of Natural History, New York (www.amnh.org). Sponsored in part by The Frances Wood Wilson Foundation and Ponce City Market.