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Fall Event for Radcliffe's Culinary Friends:
When Is Food Great?

Anthony Bourdain, executive chef at Brasserie Les Halles in New York City and author of Bone in the Throat, Gone Bamboo, Kitchen Confidential, Typhoid Mary, and, most recently, A Cook's Tour (a companion to his new Food Network series) is the featured speaker for the fall 2001 event of the Radcliffe Culinary Friends. Scheduled for Sunday, December 2, from 2 until 4 pm, the event is entitled "When Is Food Great?" The location is the Askwith lecture room of Longfellow Hall on Appian Way.

Bourdain's talk is followed by a reception at Radcliffe's Schlesinger Library, which sponsors the Radcliffe Culinary Friends and includes among its collections extensive holdings on food and food history.

Tickets, which may be purchased at the door, are $35 for the general public and $17.50 for members of the Culinary Friends. Free parking will be available to attendees at the Everett Street Garage. For details, contact the Schlesinger Library at 5-8647.

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