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George Washington Ate Coleslaw?: A Colonial Cooking Workshop

American Independence Museum: Folsom Tavern

164 Water Street
Exeter, NH 03833

Join the American Independence Museum  at the Folsom Tavern for “HUZZAH!” family workshops, sponsored by Harman Law Offices. Spend quality time together as a family, learn together, create together, and eat together!

More than a delicious side that pairs well with burgers, slaw is an 18th century recipe that helped our ancestors preserve the end of season harvest. Create and enjoy coleslaw using an 18th century recipe and discover some of the many ways early Americans prepared and preserved the season’s bounty to last them through the winter.Leslie Stevens, a UNHCE Master Gardener, Natural Resources Steward, and owner of Sturgeon Creek Farm in Eliot, Maine will share ways you can preserve your garden’s harvest to last through a New England winter. 

Following the program stay and enjoy dinner, pre-order food by Blue Moon Evolution or bring your own picnic!

This program is FREE, although you do have the option to pre-order food for $14.

REGISTER HERE!

Please Note: Parking is available in the museum parking lot on Spring Street, Exeter Municipal Lots, and street parking on Water Street.

The program will take place on both the first and the second floor of the Folsom Tavern. Due to the historic nature of the building, it is not handicap or stroller accessible, nor are there any highchairs. 

Wednesday, 20 November, 2019

Contact:

sarah sycz jaworski

Phone: 603-772-2622
Website: Click to Visit

Cost:

Free, with an option to purchase food for $14

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