Ever wanted to eat your way through a foreign land? This Sunday, you can try out food from all over the world just by going to Patchogue-Medford Library.
The Everybody Eats event, taking place from 2 p.m.-4 p.m. in Meeting Room A & B, will feature cuisine from a broad list of countries including Spain, Italy, Pakistan, Turkey, China, Ecuador and more.
Each food will be introduced by a speaker, and participants will be able to ask questions about each item that is shown off for tasting.
And if your family has its own special recipe, this event will give you the opportunity to share it with others as part of a Patchogue-Medford Library publication. Anyone participating is welcome to bring with them the recipe along with brief stories on how the recipe was passed down and what it means to your family. Copies of these recipes will be made, and distributed as part of a small collection that will be available at the library.
This event is free to the public, but it’s very important to register for the event beforehand. Register by either clicking this link to sign up online or calling the library at 631-654-4700. Any questions can be directed to Martha Mikkleson.