Join us for an illuminating discussion of recipes and historical customs that highlighted holiday entertaining in Colonial America. Four Colonial recipes, including Twelfth Night Cake and Pastilles, will be presented with samples for tasting, with one offered for participants to prepare during the program. In addition, informational handouts will be given and a display of reproduction cooking tools will complement the program.
Taught by: Louise Miller, Education Director at Lincoln County Historical Association. Louise’s experience with historical recipes and hearth cooking methods has developed through her work at Old Sturbridge Village in Massachusetts, the Fort at No. 4 Living History Museum in New Hampshire, and her years as editor and publisher of the periodical The Pine Tree Shilling.
When: November 2, 6:00-8:00 pm
Cost: $15.00 per person
Where: FARMS Community Kitchen
323 Main Street, Damariscotta
(above Rising Tide Mkt.)
To register: leave a message on the FARMS phone at 563-1161 or email us at email@example.com. After confirmation, please send your name, phone number, email address and a check made out to FARMS to P.O. Box 421, Damariscotta, ME 04543 or drop off payment and registration information in the mailbox upstairs at the FARMS Community Kitchen, 323 Main St., Damariscotta (above Rising Tide Market).