What kinds of food did early Cabbagetown residents eat?
Join The Patch Works Art & History Center and food historian Dr. Julia Skinner of Root to learn about Appalachian food history, including the traditions that were brought down from the mountains by many of the residents of Cabbagetown, who moved to the neighborhood to find work.
Julia will also be doing a live demonstration of Appalachian food preservation techniques using recipes from the neighborhood. Come learn how to make chow chow, preserve peaches, and pickle beans! Each attendee will get a handout with recipes to take home and try themselves.
Saturday, August 18th
12noon to 2pm
The Patch Works Art & History Center
593 Gaskill Street SE
Atlanta, GA 30316
Space is limited to 20 people, so make sure to get your tickets early!
Tickets are a suggested donation of $12. Ticket donations can be in the form of cash, check or square. Please make checks out to The Patch Works Art & History Center.
**Parking is allowed at Agave Restaurant’s lot, right next door, but you must move your car by 4pm to allow for Agave’s dinner service – thank you!**