Join us for a perennial favorite SRS lecture – Ethnolinguistics and Food.
This lecture features a 2 hour lecture from Clyde MacGregor, SRS Ethnolinguistics chair, on the commonalities between ancient languages, modern languages and food nomenclature. Learn what our ancient ancestors called basic food staples and recipes, and taste some of these ancient recipes during the luncheon from 3:30-4:30 pm. Lecture includes slides, videos and audio of a variety of achaeological, linguistic and culinary items.
An excellent way to celebrate winter and connect with generations past!
This year, the in-person lecture is held in Vernon at the Vernon Prestige Resort. Join us via Google Meet for the lectures, part 1 and 2 – you can request a set of recipes to reproduce some of our menu items at home to share with us during the luncheon.
Don’t forget – the SRS offers cooking classes and courses on its members’ only site, with free videos and tutorials on how to make these recipes and other ancient dishes! (Meals contain and are exposed to nuts)
Ancient Levant Wheat, Barley and Almond Salad (vegan)
Mulled Elderberry/Blueberry Cider (soft) (gluten free, vegan)
Rabbit Pot Pie (gluten free)
Sesame flatbreads (gluten free, vegan)
Soft goat cheese and flatbread biscuits (gluten free)
grilled pumpkin (gluten free, vegan)
With Baklava, Scottish Shortbread and fruit compote for dessert.