Exploring the new science and technology of food

Illustration of an appleTechonolgy and science transform how we live, including what we eat. The Cade Museum for Creativity and Invention takes a closer look at how these influences are transforming how we eat and Florida's role as an agicultural leader in the "Food Revolution" exhibit running Nov. 5-Jan. 6. 

Dive deeper into innovations in food with our curated resources for this exhibit. Find print, digital, and audiobooks, plus films, to compliment this exhibit in our Food Revolution list. 

Don't miss the Alachua County Library District's upcoming food programs:

FoodieSpace: Thanksgiving Cuisine 

  • Wednesday, Nov. 13 p.m., Tower Road Branch
    Learn how to make Thanksgiving dishes with Alexandra Fochi in this class for adults.

FoodieSpace: Cooking from Your Garden​​​​​​

  • Friday, Nov. 15 3 p.m., Hawthorne Branch 
    Cook a butternut squash chili with help from UF/IFAS in this workshop for ages 12 and older. 

FoodieSpace: Thanksgiving Cuisine 

  • Friday, Nov. 15 4 p.m., Millhopper Branch
    Chef Alex will demonstrate some great recipes for your Thanksgiving feast. Come taste creative new twists on your favorite Thanksgiving foods. This class is for adults.  
Posted by RachelC on November 1, 2019