Historic Arkansas Museum to host fourth 12 months of “Historical past is Served” dinner collection
The “Historical past is Served: Arkansas Foodways Dinner Sequence,” hosted by the Historic Arkansas Museum, explores Arkansas’s meals heritage by means of 4 dinners that use historical past as a culinary framework for every meal’s creation. The dinner collection is a program of Historic Arkansas Museum’s Arkansas Foodways Initiative, which was created by the museum’s basis board. Following final 12 months’s mannequin, the dinners will likely be provided as curbside pickup with digital programming.
The 2021 dinner collection celebrates 4 iconic meals of Arkansas: strawberries, tomatoes, corn and apples. Every dinner will function an Arkansas chef who will create a singular menu impressed by one of many elements.
This 12 months’s iconic Meals of Arkansas:
April 22: the strawberry, ready by Capi Peck of Trio’s Restaurant
June (chef and day TBA): the tomato
August (chef and day TBA): corn
October (chef and day TBA): the apple
The primary dinner focuses on one of many first fruits of the 12 months to ripen, the strawberry. Chef Capi Peck of Trio’s Restaurant, well-known for its strawberry shortcake, will create programs that take the strawberry from dessert to principal course. Company will choose up their dinners curbside and are invited to affix a particular Zoom program that explores the strawberry’s place in Arkansas historical past and tradition. Tickets for every dinner program are $60 for most people and $50 for museum members. Tickets for the primary dinner go on sale at 9 a.m. Mon., March 15 and will likely be accessible for buy by means of the museum’s web site.
The Historic Arkansas Museum is open 10 a.m.- 4 p.m. Tue.-Sat. Admission to the galleries and parking are free; excursions of historic grounds are $2.50 for adults, $1 for youngsters beneath 18, $1.50 for senior residents. The Historic Arkansas Museum Retailer is open 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Tue.- Sat.