Indulge in the tastes of Sicily in the comfort of your home in an online lecture provided by AARP this month.
Check out “Savoring Sicily: 2,000 Years of History in 100 Iconic Dishes – Food Historian Lecture Series with Francine Segan,” presented by AARP from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, April 13. Food historian Segan will review how various cultures, including those of ancient Greece, Rome, France, Spain and the Arab and Byzantine worlds influenced the flavors of Sicily’s well-known dishes. She will talk about more than 2,000 years of Sicilian history as she and participants explore Nero’s role in the origin of Sicily’s sorbetto.
This event is free but you must register ahead of time. To learn more, visit states.aarp.org/arizona/events-az.