When: Sat., April 16, 10 a.m.-3 p.m. 2016
Southern cooks take pride in setting a fine and tasty table that will leave all guests satisfied—especially when it comes to Sunday Dinner. Whether Sunday Dinner takes place right after church or late in the afternoon, dinner guests may never realize how much their presence—and full bellies—please their host. Join first person interpreter and historical cook Clarissa Lynch for a one of a kind cooking demonstration centered on the Sunday Dinner. Learn why fried chicken was a specialty, and why guests who were served this tasty meal viewed it as an honor. Clarissa will demonstrate how a full fried chicken.
Price: $5 + tax (13-17) $10 + tax (adults)