August 30, 2018
Appetite for History
To learn about our region from an unconventional angle, look at the dinner table. Who we are is reflected by what dishes are present. The Museum of Ventura County’s current exhibition “At Table,” on display through Nov. 25, explores how the county’s residents have placed their stamp on our culinary and agriculture scenes, from the Mission Era to today.
Lifelong local Anna Bermudez, curator of collections and exhibits at the museum, has wanted to do a food exhibition for a long time. “Agriculture is such an important part of our history in Ventura County, and I thought it was important to talk about how immigration into the county over the years has transformed what we eat and how we eat.”
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