Pasta Plus, Sam and Elsie’s. Olive on Main, Matthews Bar. Mom’s Tuna Noodle Casserole. Cheese Fondue. Grandma’s Strawberry Pie. These dishes and places from times past and present are part of the Laurel Museum’s newest exhibit: What’s Cookin’ Laurel? Restaurants, Recipes & Community. opening Friday, February 18, 2022. puts food in the spotlight, exploring all the ways that we as Americans, Marylanders and Laurelites connect with our past and experience the present through growing food, cooking, dining out, and shopping. Visitors will discover Laurel’s farmers, restaurants, food stores, African American traditions, Community Cookbooks and more. The exhibit runs through December 18, 2022. The Laurel Museum is located at 817 Main Street, Laurel, Maryland. Open hours are 12-4 Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Admission is Free. Masks are required and the Museum will limit visitors to ensure social distancing, and follow the current safety protocols. The Laurel Historical Society is also available to groups and for research by appointment only. For more information visit www.laurelhistoricalsociety.org, or contact the LHS at [email protected], 301-725-7975.