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Open Hearth Cooking Demonstration: Cooking with Herbs
Jun
22
9:30 AM09:30

Open Hearth Cooking Demonstration: Cooking with Herbs

Experience the sights, sounds, and aromas of hearth cooking while learning about colonial foods and diet. Come and learn about the use of herbs in cooking that were used to add flavor and freshness to seasonal dishes. Visit the Cooks’ Garden dedicated to the memory of Margaret Quinn Orloske and see what’s growing.

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Open Hearth Cooking Demonstration: Cooking with Herbs
Jun
29
9:30 AM09:30

Open Hearth Cooking Demonstration: Cooking with Herbs

Experience the sights, sounds, and aromas of hearth cooking while learning about colonial foods and diet. Come and learn about the use of herbs in cooking that were used to add flavor and freshness to seasonal dishes. Visit the Cooks’ Garden dedicated to the memory of Margaret Quinn Orloske and see what’s growing.

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Open Hearth Cooking Demonstration: Cooking with Herbs
Jun
15
9:30 AM09:30

Open Hearth Cooking Demonstration: Cooking with Herbs

Experience the sights, sounds, and aromas of hearth cooking while learning about colonial foods and diet. Come and learn about the use of herbs in cooking that were used to add flavor and freshness to seasonal dishes. Visit the Cooks’ Garden dedicated to the memory of Margaret Quinn Orloske and see what’s growing.

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Open Hearth Cooking Demonstration: Cooking with Herbs
Jun
8
9:30 AM09:30

Open Hearth Cooking Demonstration: Cooking with Herbs

Experience the sights, sounds, and aromas of hearth cooking while learning about colonial foods and diet. Come and learn about the use of herbs in cooking that were used to add flavor and freshness to seasonal dishes. Visit the Cooks’ Garden dedicated to the memory of Margaret Quinn Orloske and see what’s growing.

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Open Hearth Cooking Demonstration: Cooking with Herbs
Jun
1
9:30 AM09:30

Open Hearth Cooking Demonstration: Cooking with Herbs

Experience the sights, sounds, and aromas of hearth cooking while learning about colonial foods and diet. Come and learn about the use of herbs in cooking that were used to add flavor and freshness to seasonal dishes. Visit the Cooks’ Garden dedicated to the memory of Margaret Quinn Orloske and see what’s growing.

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Open Hearth Cooking Demonstration: Old Roots and New Shoots - The Challenges of Cooking in Springtime
May
25
9:30 AM09:30

Open Hearth Cooking Demonstration: Old Roots and New Shoots - The Challenges of Cooking in Springtime

By the time spring came, early New Englanders had just about used up their supply of stored and preserved food. Discover the meaning of “scraping the bottom of the barrel” and learn why people of the past eagerly awaited the first fresh foods of the season like asparagus, eggs, and milk.

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Open Hearth Cooking Demonstration: Old Roots and New Shoots - The Challenges of Cooking in Springtime
May
18
9:30 AM09:30

Open Hearth Cooking Demonstration: Old Roots and New Shoots - The Challenges of Cooking in Springtime

By the time spring came, early New Englanders had just about used up their supply of stored and preserved food. Discover the meaning of “scraping the bottom of the barrel” and learn why people of the past eagerly awaited the first fresh foods of the season like asparagus, eggs, and milk.

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Open Hearth Cooking Demonstration: Old Roots and New Shoots - The Challenges of Cooking in Springtime
May
11
9:30 AM09:30

Open Hearth Cooking Demonstration: Old Roots and New Shoots - The Challenges of Cooking in Springtime

By the time spring came, early New Englanders had just about used up their supply of stored and preserved food. Discover the meaning of “scraping the bottom of the barrel” and learn why people of the past eagerly awaited the first fresh foods of the season like asparagus, eggs, and milk.

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Open Hearth Cooking Demonstration: Old Roots and New Shoots - The Challenges of Cooking in Springtime
May
4
9:30 AM09:30

Open Hearth Cooking Demonstration: Old Roots and New Shoots - The Challenges of Cooking in Springtime

By the time spring came, early New Englanders had just about used up their supply of stored and preserved food. Discover the meaning of “scraping the bottom of the barrel” and learn why people of the past eagerly awaited the first fresh foods of the season like asparagus, eggs, and milk.

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Open Hearth Cooking Demonstration: Old Roots and New Shoots - The Challenges of Cooking in Springtime
Apr
27
9:30 AM09:30

Open Hearth Cooking Demonstration: Old Roots and New Shoots - The Challenges of Cooking in Springtime

By the time spring came, early New Englanders had just about used up their supply of stored and preserved food. Discover the meaning of “scraping the bottom of the barrel” and learn why people of the past eagerly awaited the first fresh foods of the season like asparagus, eggs, and milk.

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Open Hearth Cooking Demonstration: Tavern Fare
Oct
28
9:30 AM09:30

Open Hearth Cooking Demonstration: Tavern Fare

Colonial New England taverns were common in both small towns and cities. They were a welcome sight for travelers who could stop for a drink and a hot meal. Local people went to taverns to catch up on town news, see friends, have a drink or transact business. Taverns were known for their hearty meals rather than fine dining. Come see the 1786 kitchen at the Hall Tavern and see what’s on the Bill of Fare for the day.

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Open Hearth Cooking Demonstration: Tavern Fare
Oct
27
9:30 AM09:30

Open Hearth Cooking Demonstration: Tavern Fare

Colonial New England taverns were common in both small towns and cities. They were a welcome sight for travelers who could stop for a drink and a hot meal. Local people went to taverns to catch up on town news, see friends, have a drink or transact business. Taverns were known for their hearty meals rather than fine dining. Come see the 1786 kitchen at the Hall Tavern and see what’s on the Bill of Fare for the day.

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Open Hearth Cooking Demonstration: Tavern Fare
Oct
21
9:30 AM09:30

Open Hearth Cooking Demonstration: Tavern Fare

Colonial New England taverns were common in both small towns and cities. They were a welcome sight for travelers who could stop for a drink and a hot meal. Local people went to taverns to catch up on town news, see friends, have a drink or transact business. Taverns were known for their hearty meals rather than fine dining. Come see the 1786 kitchen at the Hall Tavern and see what’s on the Bill of Fare for the day.

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