Join us as we re-convene a new Fort Boonesborough Foundation series, entitled:
Colonial Culinary Workshops . . .History in the Tasting!
Part hands-on cooking class, part history lesson, a limited number of guests will participate in the preparation of a multi-course 1700s dinner. Experienced historical demonstrators will lead you through the proceedings, describing and preparing all aspects of the meal and cookware, and then all will be invited to partake and discuss the glorious bounties you’ve had a hand in preparing.
Hosting the event will be Michael Dragoo and Emily Burns. Michael is a contributor to https://savoringthepast.net/ and the video series called 18th Century Cooking with Jas. Townsend & Son, These media have been started as a means to share authentic recipes, foodie history, and all of the details they found most interesting from their research and experimentation. We invite you to join us at the table as we savor the flavors and aromas of centuries past.
This Fort Boonesborough Colonial Culinary Workshop will bring your history to life, a history you can repeat and share with family and friends for generations to come. Whether solo, with your spouse or favorite cooking buddy, please join us on
March 9th, 2019 at 2:00 pm in the
Fort Boonesborough museum blockhouse.
Tickets are $45 per person and seating is extremely limited. Only 36 participants! Tickets are available here http://www.fortboonesboroughlivinghistory.org/html/colonial_culinary.html