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Museum of Food and Drink  MOFAD is a new kind of museum that brings the world of food and drink to life with exhibits you can taste, touch, and smell. #foodisculture mofad.org


Happy Year of the Dog! Celebrate the new year and consider the important contributions of Chinese immigrants by visiting us today from 12 to 6 PM. We'll be temporarily closing MOFAD Lab for two months for renovations starting tomorrow, so come on out! Pictured: New York City Peking House menu, ca. 1960s. Menu courtesy of Andrew Coe.

HUGE congratulations to all the @beardfoundation nominees, and a special shout out to the amazing chefs and restaurants who have supported MOFAD over the past year. We think the 🌍 of you!
#foodisculture #youareallwinners

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We're thrilled to announce our 2018 Restaurant and Chef Award semifinalists! See the full list through the link in bio, and big congrats to all!🏅 #jbfa

Today is the day we celebrate beautiful, cheesy love, and what could be cheesier than a meet-cute at MOFAD?! Here is the story from one of our very own volunteers, Melissa, and how she met her true love, Linus:

"Ours was a fortunate meeting between two people who both didn't plan to be at MOFAD that day—me, covering another volunteer's shift; him, exploring Brooklyn for a weekend on his globetrotting adventure. Sitting at the culinary station, we locked eyes over plates of pork and rice. Neither of us was expecting anything more from the museum experience than some tasty bites and new knowledge, but here we are almost six months later in an international, long-distance relationship (he's from England), with plans to start a new life together abroad."

Congratulations, Melissa and Linus, we love that MOFAD brings love into others' lives!
#foodisculture #foodislove

On this day in 1935, 83 years ago, the culinary world lost a legend- Auguste Escoffier. Born in 1846 in the south of France, Escoffier went on to forever change the way we eat food and cook in restaurants. He did a lot to help popularize the role of the chef and make it a more respected profession; focused heavily on the aspect of plating and making food look aesthetically pleasing all the while simplifying French cooking from food that was once over-garnished and heavily sauced, to lighter, less excessive dishes that allowed individual ingredients to shine; he codified the Five Mother Sauces and wrote the must-read cookbook, Le Guide Culinaire (1903); and perhaps most importantly, revolutionized the kitchen brigade system in which he took the once chaotic environment of the kitchen and established a strict and regimented system of assigning various stations in which each cook was responsible for sets of dishes and their ingredients.
If you are really into food, read up about him, as his influence can still be felt to this day and cannot be denied, he was a pivotal figure who should be remembered. #foodisculture

We're hiring! We're excited to announce the addition of four new positions to the MOFAD team: Development Associate, Events Manager, Development Manager, and Managing Director. For more info, visit mofad.org/jobs.

Our director, Peter Kim, hitting up the legendary Wo Hop in NYC’s Chinatown with the one and only @chefaz! “With the boys for lunch @wohop17 .... 2 generations of Chinese chefs and managers talking about Chinese food history in America from the people that made it. @petermofad and I on the hunt for history @in2itivecontent @showofforcefilm

Collections day! Accessioning new objects is always fun because you get to explore these old gems- what a bargain this must have been- costs only one dollar, but really worth a hundred! Or so the cover says! 🤔 #foodisculture

Did you know that at the end of our exhibition, Chow: Making the Chinese American Restaurant, you actually get to eat some food that relates to what you just learned about (as pictured above)? Just another reason why we’re one of the best museums out there! Come and see for yourself this weekend #foodisculture

Hooray! We shot right past our $25K goal and raised over $28K, unlocking a further $25K matching grant. Thank you to all of our wonderful supporters for believing in MOFAD. Here's to 2018!

Update: We are at $24,500 toward our $25,000 goal! Will you step up and help us unlock a $25,000 matching grant? If so, visit donate.mofad.org. Thank you to everyone who has already contributed!

Two days left to support the MOFAD Annual Fund! Dr. Jessica Harris @africooks supports @mofad because we teach experientially and reach people of all ages. We're 85% to our $25,000 goal -- if you believe an experiential, inclusive food museum is important, join us at donate.mofad.org!

Three days left! It's not too late to contribute to @mofad Annual Fund. @anitalonyc supports MOFAD because we promote diversity and open-mindedness. If you value cross-cultural understanding through food, join us at donate.mofad.org!

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