FALL 2014 NEWMARKET, NH
Join us to prepare and eat savory and sweet dishes of the past on the open hearth.
These Hearth cooking workshops are fun and informative. Each class is different. You will learn to roast, bake, stir, and sizzle your way through the preparation of a traditional 17th -18th century meal using receipts from the past. Enjoy the warmth of the hearth as you enjoy the fruits of your labor.
September 13th SPECIAL WAFER & WAFFELS WORKSHOP
Presented by Nancy Miller and Sandra Tarbox
Come and spend a day testing wafer receipts and making fillings. We’ll do a few waffles too. Bring some containers to take wafers and filing home. Pack a lunch and join in the fun. Space is limited so register soon. Fee $20
Following workshops: The registration fee per class is $ 65 per person.
We starts at 10 and finishes about 3
September 27th Boiled and Baked
We begin by stuffing a whole cabbage with force meat and boil it over the fire. Take a trip out to the herb garden to pick fresh greens for a boiled herb pudding. Bake flat bread on the hearth. Mix up and boil ingredients for a Yellow Flummery Pudding for a sweet side dish, served with Pine Tree Shillings.
October 18th Savory and Sweet
Our savories will be Potted Beef, Oxford Sausage and Scotch eggs, with homemade vermicelli pudding and Carrot Puffs. Our meal will be accompanied by Maids of Honors, filled with a tasty and colorful assortment of preserves. And finish with an Early American beverage.
November 8th They Ate That!
Pigeon, Cockscombs, Wiggs and Hedgehogs – OH MY! It’s not what it seems and this meal will be a treat, fun to make, share and converse about.
For more information, or to register, email email@example.com
Due to the number of registrations and or the availability of certain food items
substitutions may be made to the menu.