Our in-person dinner is SOLD OUT but you can still join us VIRTUALLY this Saturday night at 5:30!
Join us for a culinary journey through our 5 million year-long dietary past while listening to inspiring presentations by some of the leaders in the ancestral diet community – Brian Sanders, Cate Shanahan MD, Dr. Briana Pobiner, and Dr. Bill Schindler.
While enjoying an exclusive dinner and soaking in all the insight from these experts, you will also be supporting two fantastic causes that are working tirelessly to change the modern dietary landscape! Proceeds from the event will support both the Food Lies documentary and the Eastern Shore Food Lab at Washington College.
Four unique talks will be woven around a 6-course dinner that is specifically designed to convey powerful messages about the resources available during different time periods and the technologies utilized to transform those resources into nourishing food and drink for our evolving bodies. Step outside of your comfort zone and experience for yourself how the food acquisition and processing strategies our ancestors developed changed the safety, nutrient density and bioavailability of food and drink in both positive and negative ways. The event is hosted by Eat Like a Human in collaboration with Ten Eyck Brewery.
There are two ways to participate!
- In Person! Join us in person and participate in the meal and presentations ($100 per person)
- Virtual! If you cannot join us in person then you can still experience the magic virtually via live stream ($25). Plus you will get an edited copy of all the talks emailed to you a week after the event.
Location, Date and Time:
- April 17th 2021 from 5:30-8:30
- 236 Cannon St, Chestertown, MD 21623
Here is a sneak peek of the themes of the courses for this once-in-a-life-time 6-course dinner:
Early Pliocene | 5 mya
- Scavenger Gatherer
Late Pliocene | 3.5 mya
- Hunter Gatherer
Early Paleolithic | 2.0 mya
- Food Producer
Neolithic Revolution | 15,000 years ago
- Food Consumer
Industrial Revolution to Present | 1700’s – Present
- Eat Like a Human/Sapien Approach
Future of Food
If you can not make it to Maryland, do not worry! You can experience all the insights via a live stream (with a recorded copy of the talks emailed a week after) and hopefully get to the next one!