Welcome to the Burnt Food Museum

The museum was founded in the late 1980’s one night when Deborah put on a small pot of Hot Apple Cider to heat, then received an unexpected . . . fascinating . . . and very long phone call. By the time Deborah returned to the kitchen, the Cider had become a “Cinder” and thus the first, and perhaps still the most impressive, exhibit: “Free Standing Hot Apple Cider” was born.

SINCE THEN, countless other works have entered the museum.

Learn more about the Museum’s history or view the exhibits.

As seen on:

The Food Network’s “Unwrapped” • ABC’s “The View”
NPR’s “Weekend Edition” • “Splendid Table” – Founder & Curator, Deborah Henson-Conant
The Annals of Improbable Research
Contact Us • Join Our Facebook Fan Page

Sizzling on Boston’s WCVB-TV’s Channel 5

The Burnt Food Museum was featured in a segment that aired Jan. 6, 2012 on “Chronicle Online”