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On 21 November — an afternoon of food history, beloved tradition, and freshly baked bread

 

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Join us for an afternoon of food history, beloved tradition, and freshly baked bread tomorrowSaturday, November 21 from 2-5 PM. Jenny Orillos and Amy Uy, best-selling authors of the book, Panaderia: Philippine Bread, Biscuit and Bakery Traditions, will talk about their  two-year cross country search for varieties of bread, sifting through different panaderiasand larger bakeries as well as a trail of records and documents from libraries such as the Lopez Library Collection.

Wilson Lee Flores, will also be joining in the conversation and will be sharing stories about how his love for history and appreciation for food and its preparation resulted in his venture to provide a new lease on life to Kamuning Bakery — what Flores claims to be a living museum.

Registration fee is Php 200 for adults and Php 150 for students and museum members. 

To REGISTER for Panaderia Chronicles
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1Iy5pFc4uQx2m4v2qjjp5w2QBlhee-3R6qWWIAJFEwfc/viewform

Devour these titles from Anvil Publishing Inc. that will be sold during the event. Get your hands on cookbooks, and publications on Filipino food history. Make space in your library for these mouth-watering titles!

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As a special treat, Jenny and Amy will be signing copies of Panaderia: Philippine Bread, Biscuit and Bakery Traditions after the talk.

The Lopez Museum and Library Public Programs are brought to you in part by Gourmet Farms Inc.