Overview: Visit historic Bonaire farm to learn how our forebearers prepared the bounty of autumn’s apples in this open-hearth cooking experiential workshop.
Program Description: Explore a myriad of delectable dishes featuring the star of Autumn’s Harvest, as we prepare receipts familiar to most Colonial Kitchens. Rachel Deddens, Culinary Food Historian and Hearth Cooking Traditionalist, will guide us through hands on preparations of apple breads, pies, puddings, and beverages, as well as, demonstrate how to preserve and dry apples that will remain delicious and nutritious for years to come. All will be cooked in Bon Aire’s original 18th century hearth kitchen, over an open fire. Besides learning how to prepare food at the hearth, you will also depart with take home goodies to share with friends and loved ones. Healthful herbal teas and locally sourced lunch included. Pre-registration required.
Date: October 13th
Time: 9 am – 3 pm
The workshop fee includes lunch, recipes and sample dishes to take home
Location: Bonaire Farm
To register for this program, please call (434) 263-6625 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
ABOUT RACHEL CAMPBELL DEDDENS