A Taste of Local History
Learn from Cuisine Historian Lavada Nahon about the day-to-day life of the farmers and their workers of the Lower Hudson Valley, many of whom were enslaved, with special attention to what they were eating and drinking, who was preparing it, and more.
A special take-out meal chosen by Nahon to accompany the presentation is based on recipes from historic cookbooks. The meal will be prepared by Hudson Market on Main at 5 N. Broadway for pick-up between 1p and 4p. The special historic menu: Spinach Tart, Potato Salad with farm fixings, Pickled vegetables, Pound Cake and Ginger Cookies
We encourage you to invite friends or family members to join your table for this unique historic combo Invite them to a little house party! (If youll be out of town, well arrange for your dinner to be delivered to someone local.)
Ready for even more food? Embellish your Hudson Mart supper with other accompaniments from the same era. Go farm to table with local garden vegetables and fruits. Add smoked fish and shellfish. There are lots of ways to dress up the pound cake with berries and whipped cream. Popular drinks to accompany dinner include hard cider, heirloom craft beers, Madeira Rosewater Wine, Claret (Burgundy).
We have 5 different levels of support ranging that you can order from right here on BrownPaperTickets:
Zoom link only - $25
Local History Supporter - Dinner for 2 (+zoom link) $55
Local History Lover - Dinner for 4 (+zoom link) $100
Local History Patron - Dinner for 4 (+zoom link) $175
Local History Benefactor - Dinner for 4 (+zoom link) $250
The HSN would like to thank our partners The Nyack Library and Hudson Market. Questions? Contact the HSN at firstname.lastname@example.org or 845 418 4430.
Pickup at Hudson Market (View)
5 North Broadway
Nyack, NY 10960
Online Access Information
After registration, you'll receive an email with the Zoom link to the presentation by Lavada Nahon on July 25th at 5pm.