Historic Arkansas Museum celebrates the tomato in second Historical past is Served dinner
Tickets are bought out for the Historic Arkansas Museum’s second dinner within the 2021 “Historical past is Served: Arkansas Foodways Dinner Sequence” from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. Thursday, June 17. This 12 months’s dinner sequence celebrates iconic meals of Arkansas, with the upcoming dinner highlighting tomatoes.
That is the fourth 12 months of the dinner sequence. The primary meal of 2021 featured strawberries with a menu ready by Trio’s proprietor Capi Peck.
Scott Rains of Desk 28, positioned within the Burgundy Resort at 1501 Merrill Drive, will likely be curating the second dinner. Visitors will choose up dinners curbside from 4-6 p.m. at Desk 28. Individuals are invited to affix a particular Zoom program that explores the tomato’s place in Arkansas historical past and tradition.
Corn would be the featured iconic Arkansas meals for the third dinner in August. On October 21, Jonathan Arrington and Jack Sundell of The Root Cafe will spotlight the apple. To purchase tickets and get details about the place to choose up meals, join Historic Arkansas Museum’s publication.
The dinner sequence is a program of HAM’s Arkansas Foodways Initiative, which was created by the museum’s Basis Board. Constructing on the museum’s previous foodways efforts, the initiative helps programming associated to Arkansas’s meals heritage and dovetails with Division of Arkansas Heritage’s emphasis on Arkansas’s meals heritage as seen within the Arkansas Meals Corridor of Fame.