Sat, Mar 09|
Southold Town Recreation Center
Winter Lecture: "An Historic Timeline of Food"
Join us as we welcome Diane Schwindt, the resident historic cook at the c. 1693 Ketcham Inn as she discusses early American cooking techniques as part of our winter lecture series: “Farm to Table: A Not so New Concept”
Time & Location
Mar 09, 2024, 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Southold Town Recreation Center, 970 Peconic Ln, Peconic, NY 11958, USA
About the event
Diane Schwindt is the resident historic cook at the Ketcham Inn c. 1693 located in Center Moriches, NY. She focuses on all components of colonial life on Long Island. Through experiential learning, she gives classes, lectures, and hearth cooking workshops to all ages, for both public and private groups. Her use of authentic materials, cooking equipment and research has been recognized by the New-York Historical Society, museums and educational institutions. Schwindt will take the audience on a journey to learn about the evolution of food. During the presentation, she will explain the advancements and improvements that have been made over time and demonstrate the use of some of the tools that have been used throughout the food preparation process.
Part of part of our winter series: “Farm to Table: A Not so New Concept”, this lecture is sponsored by Poliwoda Team at Douglas Elliman Real Estate.