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RECIPE TALES of 19TH CENTURY IRELAND

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New York Irish Center

1040 Jackson Avenue

## 3

Queens, NY 11101

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Fancy taking a journey back in time to the 19th century kitchen in Ireland? Recipes Tales of 19th Century Ireland, is an exploration of the recipes that formed part of Ireland's culinary story throughout this period. Over the course of this talk you'll learn the fascinating details about: the types of recipes, their presentation styles, the equipment and vessels used to prepare and present food, the influences and variances between the social classes - with a few tastings along the way!


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What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?

There are various options to travel to the venue:

Coming From Manhattan, and beyond
The New York Irish Center is located in Queens, just one subway stop from Grand Central Station on the 7 train. (Vernon-Jackson stop). If you are coming by car, we're just around the corner from the exit of the Midtown Tunnel, and close by is the 59th Street Bridge.

Coming from Queens and Long Island
By car take the Long Island Expressway to the last exit before the Midtown Tunnel. If you're coming by train from Long Island, the LIRR stops just three blocks away (Hunters Point Avenue). If you're coming by subway from other parts of Queens, the number 7 subway line runs right through Flushing, Jackson Heights, Woodside and Sunnyside on its way to us. (Vernon-Jackson stop)

There are various parking options which include:

Metered parking on Jackson Avenue (so in front of the center or across the street)

Paid parking lots

Is my registration fee or ticket transferrable?

While tickets are transferable they are non-refundable.

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New York Irish Center

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Queens, NY 11101

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