Learn about hearth cooking at Burritt Nov. 2 | Events
Where would we be without the electric breadmaker and the high-tech invection cooktop? Come to that, where would we be without nonstick cookware and the Hotpoint range?
Take youselves back in time to the 1800s, and you've got what is kindly called the "good ol' fashioned way."
Hearth cooking may be the opposite of time-saving methods, but the rewards are wholesome, tasty, and as we inch closer to winter, a mighty warm activity.
Saturday, Nov. 2, Burritt on the Mountain Historic Park will host demonstrations of this time-honored culinary tradition. While you stroll through the park, you'll be guaranteed to smell breads, stews and more hearth-cooked foods wafting through the air.
Cooks will explain their methods with any and all, and above anything else, you can get a great gander at some "good ol' fashioned," straight-from-the-heart cooking.
Demonstrations will run from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. For more information, visit the Burritt website.
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