Historic Foodways Society of the Delaware Valley

Dedicated to the Promotion and Understanding of Food History

Cooking Classes

 

Are you teaching a period cooking class?

Do you know of one in your area?

Send us the information so that we can post it here.

Hearth Cooking classes and demonstrations are generally held in the cooler

Fall/Winter and Spring/early Summer months

 

Contact the sponsoring organization for further details and registration information—

before heading to an event!

 

2018—Cooking Classes/Workshops:

 

Guidelines for ALL Cooking classes and Workshops:

Plan to wear clothing made from natural fibers, as you will be around open flames.  These include cotton, linen, and wool.  Stay away from garments containing polyester, nylon, acrylic and Lycra.  ALSO—suggested that you wear closed-toed SHOES.

 

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August 13-15 (3 days) - Open Hearth Cooking Class

”A First Course in Hearth Cooking” —Instructor—Steve Frysinger At Historic Eastfield Village, Nassau, NY; sponsored by the Historic Eastfield Foundation.  A cooking class focusing on the art of the cooking fire, meals using historical recipes and techniques, seasonal availability of foodstuffs.  Ingredients included, students will eat what they prepare.  Advance registration required; Class size is limited to 8 students.  Fee: $350/pp; For more information: www.historiceastfield.org  - see “Workshops” for complete information and registration form.

 

Sept. 9—1pm-4pm—Open Hearth Cooking

Open Hearth Cooking at the Bouman Stickney Farmstead;114 Dreahook Rd., Lebanon, NJ 08833.  Open to the public; More info:  908-236-2327 or http://www.readingtontwp.org/ReadingtonMuseums/Bouman-Stickney.html

 

Oct. 5-7 (3 days)Class/Workshop

”At the Georgian Dinner Table” - Open Hearth cooking & Bake oven/Bake kettle Class—Instructor—Niel De MarinoAt Historic Eastfield Village, Nassau, NY; sponsored by the Historic Eastfield Foundation. A cooking class focusing on open hearth, the brick wall oven and cast iron bake kettle methods.  Advance registration required, fees apply.  Class size is limited to 6 students. For more information: www.historiceastfield.org  - see “Workshops” for complete information and registration form.

 

The Historic Eastfield Foundation offers many other workshops, including masonry, blacksmithing, textile skills, and others.  See their website: www.historiceastfield.org

 

Nov. 17—9:30am-3pm—Workshop

Open Hearth Cooking Workshop presented by Margaret Quinn at Peachfield Plantation, 180 Burrs Rd., Westampton, NJ 08060.  For more information, fees and reservations: 609-267-6996 or www.colonialdamesnj.org

 

 

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INTERESTING INFORMATION:

 

NEW BOOK PUBLISHED:

 

Nawal Nasrallah of Salem, NH has recently announced the publication of her latest English translation of the 14th c. Egyptian cookbook: 

 

“Treasure Trove of Benefits and Variety at the Table”

(Arabic title: Kanz al-Fawa’id, by Brill)

 

The Book is available NOW!  Further information available at her website:

https://egyptianmedievalcookbook.wordpress.com/

 

 

IF you are traveling and/or looking for a cooking class

check out these websites:

 

 

Website link of interest for Cooking Classes:

 

http://historiccookingschool.com/historic-cooking-classes/

Hearth Cooking Set-up and Supplies

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Updated June 25, 2018

 

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