Texas Civil War Museum – 2018 Summer Speaker Series August Schedule

August 4, 2018 @ 1:00 pm
Texas Civl War Museum
760 Jim Wright Freeway
White Settlement, TX 76108
Museum Galleries Admission Price: $6 Adults, $3 Ages 7-12, Children 6 and under - free with adult
Texas Civil War Museum

Texas Civil War Museum
Summer 18 Speaker Series


Saturdays, 1:00 p.m. in Museum Theater
(Fee for entrance to museum galleries)

Saturday, August 4  Presenter: Joe Johnson
“Grits to Glory How Southern Cookin’ Got So Good

Joe Johnston is a true renaissance man. He has published numerous books; holds national credits in marketing, music production, and film; and was the inventor of the now-famous McDonald’s Happy Meal. In addition to his fascinatingly diverse and prolific career, he leads a full life as a father, husband, mentor, volunteer and Native American. Johnston calls Tulsa Oklahoma home.
Travel through a folksy history of Southern cooking from the best fruitcake recipe before the Civil War to the ultimate Southern kitchen essential, the cast iron pan. Joe Johnston’s cultural history brings reminiscences from his own friends and family but is not at all lacking in thoroughly researched historical anecdotes. It is sprinkled with valuable stories and quotes from Southerners who really know their stuff! This book is for those from every Southern walk of life, but is also particularly appealing to those simply fascinated with cooking, history, and anything in between! With every detailed recollection, the heart and soul of Southern cooling shines through.
Johnston rounds out the Texas Civil War Museum’s  Summer of Eighteen Lecture Series and no doubt will be a delicious way to end. Yum!.

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