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Saturday, August 31, 2013

Seeking the Historical Cook: Exploring 18th-Century Southern Foodways with Kay Moss

Discover traditional Southern receipts (recipes) and how to create brilliant heirloom dishes for your table today! Kay Moss has perfected the art of interpreting historical cooking methods in the modern kitchen.

Kay Moss is an author and Adjunct Curator of Backcountry Lifeways at the Schiele Museum in Gastonia, NC. Moss’s lecture is followed by a book signing for her new publication.

Enjoy refreshments prepared from early receipts by Old Salem interpretive staff in the museum’s historic kitchens and bake...

$5 admission; free for Friends of the Gardens

Pre-registration is required. Please call 336-721-7357 or email with name, number attending, and your contact information.

Support the work of Old Salem Horticulture through your membership in the Friends of the Gardens.

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