WEDNESDAY, JULY 20, 2022 | 6:30 PM

Learn the History and Culture of High Tea with Chef Aria Kagan of Brightwater and Dr. Sevin Gallo of NWACC

The Bridgerton Boom has hit the HKS Kitchen!  Join Chef Aria Kagan and History Professor Dr. Sevin Gallo on a historical and cultural cooking adventure as they teach you all about the very British tradition of High Tea. Chef Aria will prepare some of the essential assortments of tea sandwiches and English baked goods for everyone to enjoy.  In the hands on portion, you will learn how to make classic English scones and clotted cream.  Then enjoy a cultural discussion and tea with Dr. Gallo as she leads you through the culinary history behind this tradition and how it has become an essential part of British culture.  Recipes will be provided.

 *All class ticket sales are final. No refunds or credit transfers to other classes are available.*



Dr. Sevin Gallo teaches world history through the lens of food at NorthWest Arkansas Community College. Her Honors classes meet at Brightwater: A Center for the Study of Food and at local restaurants. In these non-traditional environments, students examine different historical processes while considering how food systems and food culture shape the human experience.
Sevin has a Ph.D. in Modern Middle East and Latin American comparative world history from the University of Akron, and an MA and BA in European History from Kent State University.  Her research focuses on the ways nationalism, popular culture, food-ways, and modern state-formation intersect. In addition to teaching world history, Sevin works as the Global Studies degree coordinator at NWACC, and she leads study abroad programs to Greece, Spain and Morocco, and Turkey. She's lived in Istanbul and loves traveling so much that she started a boutique group travel company in 2019. She loves to coordinate travel experiences that foreground authentic local cuisine within each destination's significant historical and cultural context. Her current group travel programs include Morocco, Argentina, Greece, Turkey, France, Spain, and Tanzania (including the famous spice island of Zanzibar).

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