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Artists Love Movies - "CUBAN FOOD STORIES"

at Pierson High School | Sun Aug 12

Location

Pierson High School

200 Jermain Avenue, enter on Division St.
Sag Harbor, NY 11963
(Map)
Tel: 917-562-8455
Contact Name: Bob Giovanelli
Visit Website: Website.

Date & Time

06:00 PM - 08:00 PM
Sun, Aug 12, 2018
Cost:    $10 suggested donation |  Kids under 14 FREE
Description

Artist Maria Bacardi presents this "Buena Vista Social Club" for foodies!  In this documentary, filmmaker Asori Soto went to his native country for a personal journey to the rescue of the traditional flavors of his youth, at a time when ingredients and cooking styles were swept away by the winds of change that followed Castro's death in 2016.  Soto visits nine locations across Cuba, some very far and only reachable on horseback or boat.  The result is a fascinating (and mouth-watering) reflection on  how the rich contemporary cuisine of the country was influenced by different parts of the Caribbean, and how the population dealt in the 90's with food shortages after the collapse of the Soviet Union.