Date: 10/08/2018

Time: 7:00 pm

Location: Caveat (21 A Clinton St., Manhattan)

Price: $10 in advance, $12 doors

Masters of Social Gastronomy is dedicating October to that sweetest of holidays - Halloween! Sarah will take you on a journey through a brief world history of candy, from the first processed confections from the Middle East, to the magical candy medicines of medieval Europe. Then, she’ll sort out the origins of Halloween, along with modern myths like the "razor blade in the apple." Soma will fill you in on the modern world of candy, from the trashy realm of candy cigarettes to the high-class elegance of Japanese wagashi. We'll go on a journey exploring how popular treats are made, and how you can terrify Park Slope parents on the 31st with your own homemade, handcrafted creations.

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