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Oregon Encyclopedia History Night

PENELOPE BASS
6:30 pm, Tuesday June 24 | Free
Edgefield
2126 SW Halsey St.
 
Nobody cooked quite like grandma, even if her recipes did involve shocking quantities of mayonnaise and gelatin. For this month's OE History Night, Richard Engeman will be using cookbooks rather than history books to explore how Oregonian's lives have changed based on what we ate and how we prepared it in his presentation "Your Grandmother’s Cookbook: A Century of Oregon Eating, 1880-1980."

Where: Edgefield
Phone: 669-8610
Address: 2126 SW Halsey St.
Website: www.mcmenamins.com

 
 

Edgefield

2126 SW Halsey St.
Troutdale, OR
97060
 
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