Foods and Foodways in a Global World
We are excited to have you join us for an in-person evening of food and conversation at ZaZ Restaurant. Experience the fusion Caribbean-Latin-Asian cuisine of Chef Olrie Roberts and learn about what’s up with Latin American history and culture at Primary Source.
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Health and Safety Guidelines
We are taking measures to ensure that our venue is as safe as possible. The space includes a new HVAC system and we will be placing air filters and fans in the space and opening the exterior doors for the duration of the event. We are monitoring Massachusetts and CDC COVID-19 guidelines and will send email updates prior to the event as needed. Masking will be at one’s own discretion for the duration of the evening. For the consideration of all of our guests, we request that all attendees be fully vaccinated by the date of the event, with an exception of those who are unable to be vaccinated due to medical conditions.
In addition, we request that you take a rapid COVID-19 test within 24 hours of the event and stay home if you are unwell.
Tuesday, May 24, 2022
1238 River Street, Hyde Park, MA 02136
Chef O will be offering remarks about the global influences in his cooking and his culinary inspiration. Chef O’s mantra is “obsession equals greatness” and his obsession with food and cooking has fueled his drive to explore new flavors, and palettes, and to share his love of cooking with Boston.
Dr. Dan Osborn, Program Director at Primary Source, will be joining to speak on A Taste of World History, with a focus on coffee, tea, and chocolate and how these commodities connect to the ebbs and flows of world history. His stories will entertain and inform with thought-provoking ideas about these commodities and their relevance to world regions, including Africa, Mesoamerica, and China.
Thank you to our
Rosemary & William Pisano
Anne & John Watt
Nada & Alex Jovanovic
The Dover Group
We’d love your sponsorship! Contact Judy Katz (email@example.com or 617.804.2356) for details.
There is a free community parking lot across the street from ZaZ Restaurant with access on Hyde Park Avenue with a turn onto Irene Lowney Lane. A walking passageway from the parking lot leading to River Street is located next to Blue River Food Shop. ZaZ is right across the street.