Join Rob Connoley, James Beard-nominated chef at Bulrush, to explore how the acclaimed St. Louis restaurant has defined the origins of Ozark food. Connoley will discuss how the team uses archives, libraries, and academic research to investigate native plants and animals and understand how the food we eat today was formed 200 years ago.
Free for members | Registration required
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The Member Speaker Series is proudly presented by Siteman Cancer Center based at Barnes-Jewish Hospital and Washington University School of Medicine.
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Watch recordings of past Member Speaker Series programs here.