hoosh, dogs and seal meat: the role of food in the race to the pole
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When Roald Amundsen planted the Norwegian flag at the South Pole was it luck,
determination or very good planning? Join historical gastronomer Diana Noyce as she examines the important role food played in the race to the South Pole.
- On Thursday 16 February from 18.00 to 19.00
State Library of NSW, Macquarie Street (between the Royal Botanic Gardens and Parliament House) Sydney 2000 Venue details
State Library of New South Wales
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State Library of NSW, Macquarie Street (between the Royal Botanic Gardens and Parliament House) Sydney 2000