Letter from the President
Hello, CHNI members and friends!
The past year and a half has been difficult but in the midst of the challenges we have all confronted, CHNI has attempted to provide members with programs that you could enjoy and benefit from. Here is a recap of the programs.
February, 2020 What Abe Ate
March, 2020 History of St. James Farm
August, 2020 Culinary Book Club featuring Julia Child’s “My Life in France”
November, 2020 Food for the Ancestors: Day of the Dead
January, 2021 Sweet Greeks
June, 2021 A Supper Club Evening at Raymes Steak and Fish House
July, 2021 Free Lecture – Historic Recipe Road Shows: Sharing Family Recipes
Looking at the remainder of 2021, here are the programs we will be offering.
August, 2021 When Sitting Bull Came To Dinner … An Immigrant Homesteader’s Experience
October, 2021 Spiral Bound: Sharing Recipes the Community Way
Ongoing Recipe Road Shows
Information on the last two items is on, or will be on, our website in the near future. Please check our website or Eventbrite for details.
We’d like to thank you for your continued membership and support. We are looking forward to having you join us in person for our future events.
Gerry Rounds, President
Culinary Historians of Northern Illinois
Mission of the Culinary Historians of Northern Illinois:
Seek to understand social and cultural history through the study and celebration of food and drink.
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