Early American and Native American Foodways
Susan McLellan Plaisted
to the Oxford Encyclopedia of Food and Drink in America.
(Find this book at Oxford
Contributor, as Director of Foodways at Pennsbury Manor, to
the Pennsylvania Trail of History Cookbook.
(Search for this book at Stackpole
Not sure what to get? We have
Video of Heart to Hearth Cookery Hearth
Programs and Demonstrations: "Breakfast
for George Washington"
Lecture and Slide Series: "Corn:
Unraveling the Mysteries and Cornfusion"
Johnson Ferry House
Washington Crossing State Park
Titusville, New Jersey
January 17, 2015
10 a.m. till 4 p.m.
No hearth cooking experience is needed to enjoy this hands-on
workshop of preparing historic receipts (recipes) at the
hearth. Participants enjoy a taste of the past with a
fine 18th century dinner in a 1740 historic tavern.
is $50.00 per person. Class size is limited.
register, contact Nancy Cepperly at 609-737-2515, Wednesday
Crossing State Park website.
Site design and management: K. L. Martz.
Images and text copyright 2003-2014 Susan McLellan Plaisted.