May 9, 2020
For each day of #ArtWeekAtHome, we are focusing on one popular genre of arts/culture. We’re kicking off our final weekend celebrating the culinary arts. So channel your inner Julia Child, preheat the oven, and get ready to cook up some fun today! Or for those Zoom happy hours, get creative and invent a ‘craft’ cocktail while you mix it up with your favorite shaker!
Today’s challenge is inspired by ArtWeek’s Special Program, The Art of Food. Since 2015, each ArtWeek season local eateries have featured a special ArtWeek menu item inspired by a piece of art, a favorite album, artist or an arts group. Need some inspiration yourself? Take a look at what was offered last ArtWeek season. Or have you been eyeing that now-famous Dalgona coffee? Why not try an alternative today? While Disney parks are closed, they’re releasing some of their coveted recipes like Beauty and the Beast’s delicious grey stuff. Now’s the time to challenge your culinary skills!
So getting cookin’ – nothing is off the table! Before you take a bite (or sip) remember to take a photo and share it by tagging us @ArtWeekMA and #ArtWeekAtHome #ArtWeekDay9
Literature, music, history, and theater have all provided inspiration in the culinary arts – after all, you eat with your eyes first. Thanks to former ArtWeek event hosts and partners, there are tons of tasty options out there. Check out these offerings:
Restaurant Week and Classes in Fall River – Creative Arts Network celebrated #ArtWeekAtHome all week with classes, including those with cooking and crafting cocktails. They’re also asking residents to continue to support their local restaurants by ordering take-out and delivery.
Spring Cooking with Tinky – Cookbook author and singer Tinky Weisblat leads blog readers through the creation of a bright spring dip from her kitchen in Hawley. Her recipe and photos appear on her blog, “In Our Grandmothers’ Kitchens.” She is encouraging readers to share their favorite spring recipes and stories in the comment section.
Making… Strawberry Fields Forever – Since 2016, Michael’s Deli of Brookline has served up this stacked wonder! Inspired by the John Lennon and Paul McCartney song of the same name, “Strawberry Fields Forever” was created by owner Steven Peljovich. Follow the instructions and make your own tasty sandwich.
Friday Night Dinners by Cultural Center of Cape Cod – Being stuck at home doesn’t mean you can’t dine on delicious meals prepared by our incredible Chef Joseph Cizynski. Join us for a scrumptious experience, by ordering online and picking up curbside.
Out of the Pantry Cooking Class – Take a virtual seat in Highfield’s Kitchen with their new online culinary series. Culinary Director, Gail Blakely, will share simple, yet delicious recipes made with pantry staples you can have on the table in under an hour and will make you the talk of your home bistro! Next Friday’s class is “wacky cake” – fun!
Isolate and Create: an Industry Cookbook – Via Friends of Fort Point Channel: Isolate and Create is a digital community cookbook featuring recipes for you to try at home from some of Boston’s best Chefs, Restaurants, and Barkeeps. 100% of the profit from this project will be donated to the Massachusetts Restaurant Strong Fund to support local hourly restaurant employees who have lost their jobs due to the pandemic.
For even more fun, today and throughout #ArtWeekAtHome, check out our Facebook Events page. You’re sure to find something that suits your interests!