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Lucy Long traces journey of corn PDF Print E-mail
Written by KAREN NADLER COTA Sentinel Lifestyles Editor   
Wednesday, 11 September 2013 09:34
Lucy Long gives a demonstration on cooking Hominy Stir-fry Tuesday night for “The Journey of Corn to and from Ohio” program at the Wood County Historical Museum. (Photo: Shane Hughes/Sentinel-Tirbune)
Who knew corn had such a colorful history on its route into and out of Ohio?
Dr. Lucy Long, for one.
Long, founder of the Center For Food and Culture, and a research associate in the American Culture Studies program at Bowling Green State University, traced the journey of corn and led a lively discussion of the types of food we take on our journeys during an hour-long program Tuesday evening at the Wood County Historical Museum.
Her talk - and demonstration of how to make "Johnny Cakes" and hominy stir-fry - was offered in conjunction with "Journey Stories," a Smithsonian traveling exhibit that's on display through Sunday at the museum.    
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