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Don’t Miss “Our Global Kitchen” at the American Museum of Natural History

By Tawnya Manion | November 29, 2012

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The American Museum of Natural History hosts a zealous banquet of a show, offering delicious tidbits about food agriculture, history, cooking, and how different cultures experience their foods and meals. The exhibition, “Our Global Kitchen”, takes the visitor on a journey through the past and future. You can explore what a typical dinner Livia Drusilla, wife of Emperor Augustus in ancient Rome, would have eaten, or visualize the future of urban farming which exists in a cylinder building with inclinations full of different crops. The showcase of cultural fares and food systems is too diverse to portray a particular message, but the educational experience about an event we partake in daily resonates deep.

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