American Theatre magazine’s April “Food Issue” has hit the stands! This issue explores (among other things) the relationship between food and theatre (complete with eight great tear-out recipe cards, suitable for using, abusing, spilling on, scribbling on and filing away). How do we know these eight recipes make for such a fine and fancy feast? Because, with the help of TCG colleagues, we taste tested each creation in an informal smorgasbord at the office. Editorial fact-checking has seldom been more fun (or fattening). Check out AT senior editor, Randy Gener’s taste test challenge, Lumpia Campesina (Filipino spring rolls, from Robert Karimi’s Cooking Show Con Karimi and Comrades) and his step-by-step images of the process! And -as always- feel free to hop onboard and subscribe to American Theatre magazine.
Here are scans of the recipe card from the magazine (the real ones are on card-stock and look much prettier btw)…
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and here are Randy’s step-by-step pics…
Posted by Ashley (with the help of Rob Weinert-Kendt and American Theatre magazine.)
Ashley Faison manages individual giving at TCG. As a fundraising professional and a Licensed Clinical Social Worker for over 10 years, she comes to us with a varied background of social marketing, development, media production, visual arts, and theatre. She holds a Bachelors and Masters in Social Work from Florida State University.