Apples were part of everyday life in Colonial New England. English settlers grew apples in family orchards and squeezed the apples to make cider. Fresh apples were stored in barrels for use over the winter, sliced and dried, and used in many dishes. Our hearth cooks will be baking dishes using fresh, sweet cider and heirloom apples from Clarkdale Orchards in Deerfield.
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Earlier Event: October 27Historic Trade Demonstration: Architectural Woodworking with Ted Ingraham
Later Event: November 2Historic Trade Demonstration: Tailoring with Henry Cooke