The series of six sessions began in March but there’s still time to attend the others. Check Facebook or the website for details…www.Masshist.org
thanks! I wish I was in town during the week to go to these. Looks great–I’d love to see the one tomorrow night…
I also like this description: “In the 20th century, Boston clung to two identities: that of thrifty Puritans and of cosmopolitanism through education. This created some remarkably bland food but also made the city fertile ground for a culinary revolution.”
Since I dug it out, here’s the link to the series at the Mass Historical Soc.