[Sca-cooks] Historic Food Event in Atlantia

gordonse at one.net gordonse at one.net
Thu May 10 07:41:17 PDT 2007

Slow Food DC invited Michael Twitty, a local culinary historian to 
recreate a Maryland "foodscape" from the 1850's. The lunch at the 
historic Grusendorf Cabin, in Seneca Creek State Park starts at Noon on 
Sunday May 20,  and will include traditional, seasonal dishes prepared 
with homegrown heirloom vegetables and herbs, including turnip greens, 
planked fish, spring chicken soup, kush, hoecake, sweet potato pie and 
persimmon beer and great conversation. The cost is $25 for Slow Food 
members and $30 for non-members.  To reserve your spot, or more info 
e-mail Kati Gimes at kgimes at starpower.net, or send a check to Kati  Gimes,
9210 Ewing  Drive, Bethesda, MD 20817

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