Cooking with local ingredients

Create and enjoy traditional recipes Saturday during a cooking workshop at Coggeshall Farm Museum.
Posted 3/26/13
Event Date
Saturday, March 30, 2013
Event Location
Coggeshall Farm Museum
Coggeshall Farm Road
Additional Info
Cost: $60 per
person, $50 for
museum members.
Reservations are
required. To
register, email href="mailto:info@co">in
g, call (401)
253-9062 or visit
the website.
Saturday, March 30,
4 to 7 p.m.

Saturday, learn about eating local in the traditional sense during a Historic Foodways and Hearth Cooking Workshop at Coggeshall Farm Museum. Participants will use the first American cookbook, Amelia Simmons’ American Cookery (originally published in 1796) to prepare several dishes using meat and produce raised on the farm. After the work is done, participants will enjoy dinner by candlelight at the farms’ parlor table, which will be set in the fashion of 18th century New England.

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