The Museum School
F13. Thanksgiving Foods & Traditions
Saturday, 10 am-12:30 pm
Many Thanksgiving customs, especially those related to food, derive from Renaissance feasts of the colonists’ homeland. We’ll look at both old and new Thanksgiving recipes, from those that the colonists brought from England using ingredients they found in the New World to current recipes used today. Enjoy recipes to take home and dishes for sampling.
$25, Members; $29, nonmembers
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR
Claire Hopley: Teacher and journalist; food writer for the Boston Globe, Yankee Magazine, Washington Times, Daily Hampshire Gazette, and Amherst Bulletin; author, New England Cooking: Seasons and Celebrations, The World of Blantyre and the Cookery of Christopher Brooks, History of Tea and Tea Times, The History of Christmas Food and Feasts, and Valley Vegetables.
November 8 (one class)