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Kitchen Memories, 1945-1965 Exhibition Opening

Marin Art & Garden Center

Kitchen Memories,[masked]: Selections from The Kathleen Thompson Hill Culinary Collection Marin Art and Garden Center March 22-April 28, 2019 Opening Reception Friday March 22nd 5-7pm Gallery Open Thursdays through Sundays 10am - 4pm The kitchen is the heart of the home. It can be filled with memories of friends and family, the smell of cookies baking, spaghetti sauce simmering, coffee brewing, and children’s first performances. The tools on the walls or in the drawers evoke memories that last forever. Kathleen Thompson Hill’s collection of over 3,000 kitchen utensils offers a stroll down memory lane, as well as an education about the evolution of the kitchen gadgets we use today. Kathleen Thompson Hill is the food, co-author of a series of guidebooks to wine regions of the west coast and wine editor of the Sonoma Index-Tribune and hosts “The Kathleen Hill Show” on KSVY-91.3 (ksvy.org). and coordinates nine public school gardens in Sonoma, and is a culinary historian with her own extensive collection of antique kitchen utensils.

Kitchen Memories, 1945-1965 An Exhibition

Marin Art & Garden Center

Kitchen Memories,[masked]: Selections from The Kathleen Thompson Hill Culinary Collection Marin Art and Garden Center March 22-April 28, 2019 Opening Reception Friday March 22nd 5-7pm Gallery Open Thursdays through Sundays 10am - 4pm The kitchen is the heart of the home. It can be filled with memories of friends and family, the smell of cookies baking, spaghetti sauce simmering, coffee brewing, and children’s first performances. The tools on the walls or in the drawers evoke memories that last forever. Kathleen Thompson Hill’s collection of over 3,000 kitchen utensils offers a stroll down memory lane, as well as an education about the evolution of the kitchen gadgets we use today. Kathleen Thompson Hill is the food, co-author of a series of guidebooks to wine regions of the west coast and wine editor of the Sonoma Index-Tribune and hosts “The Kathleen Hill Show” on KSVY-91.3 (ksvy.org). and coordinates nine public school gardens in Sonoma, and is a culinary historian with her own extensive collection of antique kitchen utensils.

Kitchen Memories, 1945-1965 An Exhibition

Marin Art & Garden Center

Kitchen Memories,[masked]: Selections from The Kathleen Thompson Hill Culinary Collection Marin Art and Garden Center March 22-April 28, 2019 Opening Reception Friday March 22nd 5-7pm Gallery Open Thursdays through Sundays 10am - 4pm The kitchen is the heart of the home. It can be filled with memories of friends and family, the smell of cookies baking, spaghetti sauce simmering, coffee brewing, and children’s first performances. The tools on the walls or in the drawers evoke memories that last forever. Kathleen Thompson Hill’s collection of over 3,000 kitchen utensils offers a stroll down memory lane, as well as an education about the evolution of the kitchen gadgets we use today. Kathleen Thompson Hill is the food, co-author of a series of guidebooks to wine regions of the west coast and wine editor of the Sonoma Index-Tribune and hosts “The Kathleen Hill Show” on KSVY-91.3 (ksvy.org). and coordinates nine public school gardens in Sonoma, and is a culinary historian with her own extensive collection of antique kitchen utensils.

Pickling and Fermentation Workshop

Marin Art & Garden Center

$25.00

Usually people think of preserving vegetables at the end of the Summer harvest. Whether it’s putting up jars of pickles, canning the best tomatoes, making preserves or freezing the ripest berries, a lot of effort is put into the processing of Summer’s bounty to enjoy through the winter months. So often we forget that here in the Bay Area with our relatively mild winters, we can have Winter harvests to rival those of Summer. Instead of tomatoes, corn and zucchini that all need summer’s heat, cool weather vegetable varieties include brassicas, root vegetables, greens and alliums. These vegetables can be preserved in unique ways to be enjoyed throughout the year. Join us at MAGC for our pickling and fermentation workshop as we celebrate our late winter harvest and prepare our vegetables. We will be demonstrating and sampling different methods of preserving vegetables including kim chi, sauerkraut, pickled radishes, preserved lemons, and cauliflower pickles. It is sure to be a tasty and fun afternoon!

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The Gardener

Marin Art & Garden Center

$15.00

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