18th c. Open Hearth Cooking

January 25, 2009, 1:00 PM

Maplewood's historic house museum, the Durand-Hedden House invites the public to its popular annual open hearth cooking program. The organization's well-known costumed interpreters will demonstrate an 18th century kitchen in action, using techniques and utensils of the period. Visitors will have the opportunity to actually "enjoy a taste the past" by sampling typical early American soups, Indian pudding and journey cakes

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