The Southern Food & Beverage Museum, Pacific Food & Beverage Museum, and The Museum of the American Cocktail host a variety of programs in New Orleans, Los Angeles, and beyond. See the following schedule for upcoming cooking classes, dinners, seminars, talks, tastings and more.
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Join Christina Sleeper as she demystifies the Thanksgiving turkey and shares easy recipes and techniques at PacFAB.
Learn about both the history and state of the art of distilling in California from master distiller Stephen Gertman at PacFAB.
Support the National Food & Beverage Foundation while bidding on one-of-a-kind culinary and cultural experiences that are sure to satisfy your food loving friends!
This Masterclass will elevate your cookie decorating game to the professional level.
Join MOTAC as whiskey ambassador extraordinaire Megan Breier leads a guided tour of Jim Beam's Harvest Collection.
MOTAC Private Tastings are held around Los Angeles. Drop in for a complimentary tasting and lively discussion and support MOTAC at the same time.
Join PacFAB to learn about the history and state of the art of grilling in France from renowned culinary author and cooking instructor Susan Herrmann Loomis.
Learn about how Italian cuisine was incorporated into New Orleans in this Creole Italian Cooking Class.
Liz Williams will be speaking about food history and signing copies of her books.
Join The Museum of the American Cocktail for a hauntingly epic Halloween Party, complete with cocktails!
Join PacFAB and let cooking instructor Aliye Aydin teach you the how and why of the food she ate growing up and traveling with her family in Turkey.
Join the Southern Food & Beverage Museum to celebrate 10 Years of SoFAB and to get ready for the next 10!
The 2018 Contemporary Issues in Food & Drink Lecture Series presented by Domino Foods, Inc. explores Edna Lewis and Southern food culture. Following the lecture, there will be a reception and a cookbook signing from several Southern authors.