Thanksgiving

Farmers Market forum series continues with Smithsonian chef

Farmers Market forum series continues with Smithsonian chef

Through food, connections are made. Consider Thanksgiving, when families gather to stuff themselves with turkey, stuffing, cranberry sauce, the works. And in the midst of the gorging, there's the opportunity for catching up on life and celebrating successes. It's a natural extension of culture.

The Williamsburg Farmers Market's exploration of food and its impact on culture continues with the next in its series of panel discussions Friday night. Jerome Grant, the executive chef at the Smithsonian's National Museum of African American History and Culture, will appear as the guest speaker.

"For me, it's about promoting the museum and the cafe," he said, eager to share...

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