ABOUT THE FESTIVAL
The complex cuneiform tablet in the picture is considered the oldest cookbook, found in the city of Babylon from the Hammurabi era back in 1750 BC.
The cookbook contains 25 recipes which 21 of them are about cooking beef, goat, pork, deer, fish, birds, and eggs; other 4 are about cooking vegetables. It contains the list of components, spices, and herbs, but it doesn't provide instruction on how to cook and cooking time needed for each meal.
As you see in the second picture, Mesopotamians are known to have sophisticated kitchens; in the ancient times as well as modern days.
At the Assyrian Food Festival, you will have the opportunity to try the following delicious appetizers, main dishes and desserts!!
THINGS TO DO
Walk through the Assyrian History Exhibit
Enjoy a class of wine at the Wine Bar
Try every food selection - we are sure you'll go for seconds!
Taste exotic teas, coffee and pastries at the original Samovar Alley
Kids can bounce around in the inflatable jump houses at the Kidzone!
Join us during our folklore dancing - its ok if you don't know the steps!
The following singers will be performing at this years Assyrian Food Festival.