Tread of Pioneers Museum’s “A Taste of History”

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event

When:

Friday, March 16, 2018

Time:

12:00PM-1:00 PM

Where:

Tread of Pioneers - 800 Oak Street

Cost:

FREE

“Cobblers, Crisps, Buckles, Crumbles & Kringles…. what is in a name?”
Featured speakers will wear their favorite apron and talk about it and how their mothers and grandmothers wore various aprons for different occasions.
The speakers will also talk about desserts involving crusts and cakes – cobblers, crisps, buckles, crumbles, and kringles – their differences and various uses.
Featured Recipes and Tastings for the Audience: Elaine Gay’s Sarvisberry Cobbler, Nancy Mucklow’s Buckle, and a surprise kringle. Local Steamboat coffee will also be served. FREE