Book your seat! Old Food Tour Dinner 23 November, Amsterdam
Eat like you're in the Golden Age! Delights from culinary historian extraordinaire Marleen Willebrands will come with side servings of stories about Dutch tradition and food’s influence on the city.
Most of us can’t imagine how exactly those before our modernity, sales and before technology, order lived in relation to something so close to the essence of life – food. Yet the city and its citizens have always been heavily influenced by food traditions. Much of this knowledge is unknown, but offers much to learn for contemporary lifestyles and cities (along with tasty treats!). For instance, what did the Dutch eat during the Golden Age? Where did the food come from, how was it stored and transported? What time was dinner?
Join us the 23rd of November and get a healthy taste of the past both in both in flavor and knowledge in this special Old Amsterdam Food Tour** extension event. Registration information below!
This Historic Dinner made with recipes from the Golden Age will be hosted together with the magnificent chefs from MOES and supported by the expertise of culinary historian Marleen Willebrands. To spice things up, each course will be paired with stories* about Dutch eating traditions and the influence of food on the city.
According to tradition, dinner will be served in the afternoon.
Oysters on entry
Rillette appetizer of crab
Tersey with smelt
Sweet chicken pie, salad with parsnips
Blancmange and roggebroodijs*
*(Roggebroodijs is a rye bread ice cream – ever had rye bread ice cream before?!)
Hippocras with dragees
The menu price is € 39.00 pp. You may select a wine package at an additional € 18.00 pp, while you are also free to order individual drinks.
MOES, Prins Hendrikkade 142-sous, 101 AT Amsterdam
Date & Time:
Sunday 23 November, 14:00 to 18:00
Reservation is required, please RSVP via email@example.com
*Unfortunately for non-Dutch speakers, stories will be in Dutch; however, the food, wine drinks and experience speak a universal language for all to enjoy.
Posted on 13 November 2014 and filed under News
Tags: amsterdam, community, Dinner Amsterdam, food history, Food infstastuctures, food tours, Golden Age, local food, Local food system, MOES Restaurant, Old Amsterdam Food Tour, urban agriculture, Urban food system