Next week! While cultures around the world have relied on fermentation to prevent food from spoiling since as far back as 6,000 B.C., in the United States today the practice is relatively rare. Join two New York State farmers, Melissa Madden, founder of Finger Lakes Cider House, and Madalyn Warren, owner of Kimchee Harvest, for a conversation about how they are reintroducing New Yorkers to this ancient craft. Cider expert Daniel Pucci moderates as Madden and Warren share their products — cider made from fermented fruit and kimchee, a traditional Korean side dish. NYxNY members are invited to join at the Museum of the City of New York member-price of $20 (a $25 value).
• What: $20 tickets to the Unexpected Pairings: Cider & Kimchi event.
• When: Wednesday, September 12, 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
• Where: Upper East Side
• How: Purchase tickets using the code in the September 6 email.
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