Hearth Cooking Classes at the Jonathan Hosmer House
The Acton Historical Society is offering classes in early American hearth cooking.
Attendees will team up and prepare dishes on the open hearth using 18th Century techniques.
Students will be given receipts (recipes) and will be shown the fine art of early American cooking on the open hearth.
At the end of each class attendees and instructors will share each others dishes, beverages, and conversation around the midday table.
March 30, 2013
Roast Pork, Dried Fruit Chutney, Onion Pie
Pea Soup, Carrot Pudding, Clam Fritters
Cookies, Bubble & Squeak
Jonathan Hosmer House 9:00am-2:00pm
Dining: 12:00pm -1pm
Participant fee: $50 Acton Historical Society Members
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Please come and enjoy the beautiful Jonathan Hosmer House,
great food, and warmth of the hearth with friends!
STEVE BANATOSKI is the Head Cook for the 10th Regiment of Foot (A historically re-created unit formed to portray the service of the British Army in
Over the past few years he has hosted and attended early cooking workshops, demonstrated techniques and shared recipes with fellow re-actors and food enthusiast.
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