Eating in the Gulf of Mexico and the Carribean Basin – 2010 Words in Food Symposium

Join the Southern Food and Beverage Museum for our second annual Words in Food Symposium Friday, Saturday and Sunday, October 1st through 3rd. The theme of the 2010 symposium is Eating in the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean Basin. Scholars, researchers, food writers and others will discuss the cross influences in the region, the ecology and cultural exchanges, as well as other issues and ideas. We will also discuss the effects of the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill on the food and culture of the area. Presentations will focus primarily on the countries that have a coast on the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean Sea. Participation in the symposium is open to all.

The symposium covers three days, October 1-3, 2010.  Speakers and panelists include James Carville, who will launch a new lecture series at the Southern Food and Beverage Museum, Contemporary Issues Impacting Southern Food and Beverages.  He will speak about the cultural impact of the oil spill, culinary and otherwise. Jessica Harris, noted culinary historian, author, and educator, will give the keynote address and sit on other panels, including Rum.

Please visit our website to learn more about the panels, panelists, and other speakers.  http://southernfood.org/sofab/explore/events/2010-words-and-food-symposium/

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One Response to “Eating in the Gulf of Mexico and the Carribean Basin – 2010 Words in Food Symposium”

  1. Food Says:

    Coastal Conservation Association (CCA) setting decision by the Gulf of Mexico Fishery Management Council (GMFMC) fishing zones in the Gulf of Mexico. Food

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