23. febrero 2019 - 15:00 hasta 16:00
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The 19th Century Dining Revolution | Centro Cultural Ignacio Ramírez El Nigromante | sábado, 23. febrero 2019

 The 19th Century Dining Revolution 

Saturday, February 23, 3:00 pm $50 pesos
Lecture by Eva Eliscu

Eva Eliscu is a Swedish born, Mexico -based culinary consultant and lecturer on the History and Customs of the Dining Table. She is a producer of the annual "Food in Film Festival" in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. She was educated in Sweden, Switzerland and the US. She is fluent in Swedish, English, survival French and continues to learn Spanish.

Through her lecture, she welcomes you to Napoleon and Josephine’s table as they made sweeping changes at the dining table of all of Europe. A significant chance in dining was taking place as aristocrats had lostpower around the banquet and dining table and the industrial revolution was in full swing. Our journey with Eva's lecture takes us from Napoleon's table, to dining with Thomas Jefferson at Monticello, and on to Victorian England as invited diner guests of Charles and Catherine Dickens. Arriving at the Nobel Prize Banquet Dinner to dine with the Swedish Royal family and their 1,300 guests.