Join us for this special event, where you will discover the unique culinary heritage of Western Ukraine firsthand with Ukrainian food anthropologist Marianna Dushar in San Francisco!
Unlock the unique tastes, explore the cooking customs, and discover the historic figures that make Ukrainian culinary culture outstandingly rich. Learn more about national cuisine in and outside of Ukraine through a FREE lecture on February 5th.
After the lecture, indulge in a delicious Ukrainian food and wine experience at our after-party.
For those who want to take their experience to the next level, sign up for a paid workshop with Marianna where you’ll learn how to cook a special Ukrainian dish. We’ll be making Yavorivs’kiy Pie, a potato and buckwheat-filled savory pie traditional in Western Ukraine. Space in the class is limited to 10 people. All materials are provided.
Don’t miss out on this unique cultural event. Register now! Details below.
3:30 pm Doors open
4:00-6:00 pm FREE lecture, followed by an after party
Please reserve a free ticket for lecture. Spaces limited.
After Party tickets: $35
6:00-7:45 Cooking Workshop
Limited to 10 people. $70
About Marianna Dushar
Marianna lives in Lviv, Ukraine, where she publishes a popular blog under the pseudonym Pani Stefa about the unique Galician culinary legacy of Western Ukraine . She is a Fullbright Scholar and is the director of a Ukrainian culinary heritage project called Seeds and Roots. She works to rediscover forgotten recipes and studies how Ukrainian culinary traditions have evolved in diaspora communities. Learn more about her recent publications and work on her website: https://panistefa.com/
All proceeds will benefit the Ukrainian National Women’s League of America, San Jose Branch 107.