Learn the traditions and techniques of the Historic Southern Kitchen from trained chef and historic cook Cheryl Henry during this half-day class. Students will prepare a three-course meal from scratch in the rustic environs of the log kitchen house at the President James K. Polk State Historic Site. The labor of preparing ingredients and cooking over the open hearth will make the fruits of your labor taste that much sweeter as you enjoy your prepared dishes at the conclusion of the class. Each participant will also receive recipes and tips from Cheryl to take home and use to create new traditions of your own.
Mary Boiling Banister's to Force the Inside of a Sirloin of Beef (Beef, Herb, and Bread Stuffed Roasted Sirloin)
Mrs. Randolph's Sauce for a Goose or Pork
Stewed Black Eye Peas with Smoke Bones
Sweet Potato Pone
Only 8 spots available for this intimate workshop.
*sales tax included in price of ticket
Friends of President Polk's Birthplace, Inc. is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. PO Box 475, Pineville, NC 28134