The foods we cook often tell our family’s stories: from Aunt Anna’s Jell-O salad to grandma’s apple cake or the pimento cheese that is always made for Thanksgiving. These recipes tell the stories of the places we’ve been and the ways we celebrate, mourn, and come together. Gather round to learn how to document your family food traditions, translate pinches, dashes, and blurps into modern measurements, and preserve your family’s culinary archive for generations to come.
Limited to the first 100 registrants.
$10; $5 IHS Member