Food in Little Women with Wini Moranville

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Program Type:

Author Visits

Age Group:

Adults

Program Description

Event Details

Wini Moranville, author of The Little Women Cookbook: Tempting Recipes from the March Sisters and Their Friends and Family, discusses the importance of food in the novel Little Women as well as 19th century America. Food lovingly cooked and happily shared weaves in and out of Louisa May Alcott's masterpiece, from Amy's "pickled limes" fiasco to Jo's ill-fated dinner party and Meg's currant jelly-making disaster. Ms. Moranville will present recipes and wisdom from some of the many historic cookbooks she researched, and tell us how she adapted the cooking of yesteryear to the cooking of today. A Q&A and book-signing will follow. Tea and snacks provided.

Disclaimer(s)

Accessibility

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Central Parking

Free library parking is available in Central's underground parking garage for two hours per visit. Parking around the library is metered at various costs from 9 a.m. - 9 p.m. Monday-Saturday.

Food Allergies

We cannot guarantee that food served at this program has not come into contact with tree nuts, soy, or other allergens.