The Deacon John Grave Foundation, 581 Boston Post Road in Madison, will hold its annual meeting at 7pm on Tuesday, May 17, 2015.
Spend an evening learning what was needed to prepare an 18th century meal. Sandra Tarbox has been a culinary historian and dedicated teacher of 18th century living history for over 25 years. In her program, she will share her knowledge on the Colonial American Food, what they ate, how they cooked it, how they stored and preserved it. Come and see how each of these played an important role in the preparation and the uncommon ingredients that were used in the recipes.
Sandra Tarbox specializes in Open Hearth Cooking and teaching 17th and 18th century Foodways as an Open Hearth Cook. She is a member of the Association of Living History, Farm & Agricultural Museum and a Founding member of the Culinary Historians of Connecticut. She has demonstrated her skill teaching at the hearth in Old Sturbridge Village, Ma, the Museum of Old York, Me., Strawberry Banke Portsmouth, NH, Minute Man National Park, MA and many other museums in New England.
Her web site is www.colonialtable.com
Refreshments to follow and the public is welcome.