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The Culinary Historians of Southern Californa: Ernest Miller - “The Rise, Decline, and Rise of Food Preservation”


Saturday, March 08, 2014




Mark Taper Auditorium




Food Preservation is something that most of us take for granted. But this is a relatively unique set of circumstances in human history. We are less than 100 years from the time that food preservation was an issue of major concern for every household. Preserving food was something that every household had to engage in, if everyone was to eat. Learn about the rise of food preservation from the dawn of history, the decline in the mid-20th century and why it is rising again. Ernest Miller is a chef, historian, educator, consultant and speaker who teaches classes in museums, schools and kitchens throughout Southern California. He is the founder of Rancho La Merced Provisions LLC., a producer of preserved foods and preservation equipment. Presented by the Culinary Historians of Southern California. Free and open to the public.