Have you ever wondered what professional chefs cook for the ones they love? Learn all of the #tasty secrets and #tantalizing morsels to impressing your family and friends from some of DC’s culinary creatives.
Join us Monday, March 19 for our evening program America: The Great Cookbook, What DC Chefs Cook for the People They Love.
@joeyonan, food and dining editor of the @washingtonpost, will discuss his new #cookbook (that supports the #nokidhungrycampaign ) with four local contributors to the book:
Jerome Grant, executive chef at the @nmaahc‘s @sweethomecafedc;
Sisters Katherine Kallinis Berman and Sophie Kallinis LaMontagne, cofounders of @georgetowncupcake;
and @joan_nathan, award-winning cookbook author and @nytimes contributor.
Link for tickets in bio.
Writing words I have never written, in a script I have written all my life. So excited to explain the meaning of Rangreza to the Explore Eastern Calligraphy class with @sughrahussainy from the song Kun Faya Kun (Rockstar). #somuchmorethanart
And in our Exploring Eastern Calligraphy class today someone’s beautiful Arabic calligraphy sits next to a bag a student brought me made out of Hindi newspaper, which sits with the scroll from inside another students Buddhist prayer wheel as I tried to write the letters of the prayer.!!!
REMINDER TO RSVP: Lecture: The Aldobrandini Tazze by Stefanie Walker. Hear distinguished scholar and faculty member Dr. Stefanie Walker lecture on her research regarding a set of twelve exquisite 16th-century European silver standing cups, now featured at the @metmuseum’s exhibition “The Silver Caesars: A Renaissance Mystery.” The lecture is free and open to the public, and will be held at 5:30 pm on Thursday February 15 in the Smithsonian S. Dillon Ripley Center Room 3031. #dcarts#smithsonian RSVP on our Facebook page/events
Freedom in Four writing styles: Arabic (hurayyah), Persian (Azadee) and Devnagari (Azadi). On papyrus from Egypt brought in by a student. Loving this class @sughrahussainy and I came up with! Thanks @smithsonianassociates for the encouragement! ( and oops I see a typo)