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Spilled Milk & And Eat it Too! LIVE

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
February 2017
Contact: Wendy Malloy
Museum of History & Industry PR
media@mohai.org
206 324 1126 Ext. 150

Join Seattle’s Museum of History & Industry this Friday, Feb. 10 for a Live Taping of the Popular Spilled Milk Podcast

February 6, 2017

Enjoy a special opening performance by And Eat it Too! podcast co-hosts

Molly Gilbert and Sarah Barthelow

 

WHAT: Celebrate Valentine’s Day early this Friday evening at MOHAI during a fun live taping of the popular podcast, Spilled Milk. Podcast hosts, authors, and comedians Molly Wizenberg (Orangette and New York Times bestsellersDelancey: A Man, a Woman, a Restaurant, a Marriage and A Homemade Life ) and Matthew Amster-Burton (Pretty Good Number One: An American Family Eats Tokyo ) begin with a food related topic and run with it as far as they can go.

WHEN: Feb. 10, 7 – 8:30 pm

WHERE: MOHAI 860 Terry Ave N., Seattle

DETAILS: Each Spilled Milk podcast covers a different topic in one 20 segment. Past segments include eggs, squash, milkshakes, romantic food, braising, junk food, and corned beef.  The two veteran food bloggers take turns sharing their ideas, perspectives, and personal stories as they move from picking ingredients for the day’s dish to eating the results. The shows are mostly scripted, but it’s the off-script moments of witty banter that steal the show.

Friday’s live broadcast opens with And Eat it Too! Hosted by Molly Gilbert and Sarah Barthelow, the podcast starts with a food idiom – i.e. “bring home the bacon” or “the world is your oyster” – and end up somewhere completely different.

Up-to-date information about Spilled Milk & Eat It Too! LIVE can be found in the museum’s online calendar at mohai.org, on Facebook, or by calling

(206) 324-1126, ext. 126. Be sure to tag us (#MOHAI) on Twitter and Instagram.

HOW: $10 for MOHAI members and Spilled Milk subscribers; $15 for general public. Tickets may be purchased on the MOHAI website and at the door.

About MOHAI

MOHAI is dedicated to enriching lives through preserving, sharing, and teaching the diverse history of Seattle, the Puget Sound region, and the nation. As the largest private heritage organization in the State of Washington; the museum engages communities through interactive exhibits, online resources, and award-winning public and youth education programs.