Create a Taste of History
Experience the craft and savor the tastes of authentic 18th century cooking!
In 1747, English cook Hannah Glasse revolutionized how we eat by publishing the first book of recipes written in language for the common person.
Today, we delve into her recipes using authentic heirloom ingredients in the open hearth kitchen standing beside the home of Pennsylvania colonial-era governor Sir William Keith. Each class menu is based on historical seasonal ingredients, styled after menus true to the eating habits of the era.
No experience is necessary, ages sixteen and up welcome. All classes taught by experienced open hearth cook Erin Agnew and run from 11 am to 4 p.m.
Enjoying Summer Abundance – July 30
Fresh fish, fowl, herbs, lettuces, and fruits define the richness of the season. A four course menu.
Let Food Be Thy Medicine – August 6
Embrace the adage and learn how an eighteenth century cook filled the role of household physician with everything from broths to pastries.
Highland Heritage – August 20
Celebrate the Graeme family's Celtic heritage with traditional Irish and Scottish dishes.
Storing the Fruits of the Season – August 27
Leave with a jar of preserves as we simmer jams, jellies, pickled vegetable, and punctuate it all with hearty, home made bread and butter.
Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?
16 and older please
How can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Please contact Erin at 267-455-5202 or agnew(dot)erin@gmail(dot)com
What's the refund policy?
Refunds must be requested 7 days or more in advance
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
We will have an attendee list available
Create a Taste of History - Colonial Cooking Classes
- 859 County Line Road
- Horsham, PA 19044
- Graeme Park
- $45 Each | $35 Members & Students