Tuesday, October 14, 2008

Culinary Research & Quenelles



The 42nd Street Humanities and Social Sciences Library is not an easy place to navigate.

Tomorrow -- Wednesday, October 15th -- at 3:15 PM, I'll be teaching a one-hour class on how best to get through the maze, and start one's culinary research. The class will be held in the South Court classrooms on the first floor.

Then stay for A Farewell to Quenelles: The Evolution of Restaurant Culture in New York at 7:00 PM in the South Court auditorium.

Hope to see you there!

5 comments:

Nancy said...

Thank you for yesterday's program on research at the NYPL. Informative and entertaining...loved the menus and the people behind them.
If you ever need a volunteer for a few hours a month, give a call. I work as a library assistant (no degree) but have a little experience in the library world.

michelle @ TNS said...

i always find out about this stuff too late. drat!

Andrea said...

I love this blog! I'm also in NYC and am a total cookbook junkie. I'll have to hop down to the library and check some of these little gems out for myself!

Andrea said...

I love this blog! I'm also in NYC and am a total cookbook junkie. I'll have to hop down to the library and check some of these little gems out for myself!

Andrea said...

I love this blog! I'm also in NYC and am a total cookbook junkie. I'll have to hop down to the library and check some of these little gems out for myself!