What They Ate: 19th Century Cooking Workshop

Mar 16 2019 - 12:00pm to 5:00pm


Rediscover the secrets of cooking with fire. On Saturday, March 16, Landmark Inn State Historic Site presents a campfire cooking and open-hearth cooking workshop inside and outside of the 1849 Monod Kitchen. Participants will use historic techniques to prepare several historic recipes or “receipts” eaten by the the early people of Castroville, including wild game of the period. The workshop includes a 5 hour campfire and open-hearth workshop.

Cooking Workshop cost is $15 for adults. Not recommended for children. Workshop begins at 12 noon.

Class size is limited. Call 830-931-2133 to reserve your seat.

Discounted rates available to Friends of the Landmark Inn.

Dress for the weather. Class will be held in an indoor/outdoor environment. Clothing containing only natural fibers is recommended while working in proximity to an open flame. Bring your own apron.