The Greene Space at WNYC and WQXR Presents: “The Ethnic Aisle”
An evening with the hosts of the The Mash-Up Americans podcast exploring what constitutes “American” cuisine
Thursday, November 16th, 2023 at 7pm in the Jerome L. Greene Space
Event includes a tasting market and discussion of the role of food as part of the culture of the future
(New York, NY – November 10, 2022) – On Thursday, November 16th, The Greene Space’s current Artist in Residence, The Mash-Up Americans, present “The Ethnic Aisle’” an exploration of food, home, and how what’s on our plates contributes to American culture.
The Mash-Up Americans founders Amy S. Choi and Rebecca Lehrer sit down with Jaeki Cho, the face of Righteous Eats, and Lisa Kyung Gross, founder of League of Kitchens to talk about what makes an item “ethnic,” what is American food, and what does hospitality mean.
The event takes place Thursday, November 16, 2023 at The Greene Space at 44 Charlton Street. Tickets on sale here.
6-7pm: “Mash-Up” food market featuring chefs and tastings from Indonesia, Uzbekistan, and India.
7-8pm: Panel Discussion
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