"1812: Food and Herbs in Maryland's History"
Sunday, March 23rd
3:00 p.m. in the Barn
Join author Katherine B. Moose as she discusses how food was provided and consumed leading up to the War of 1812. She will also demonstrate cooking the foods typical in the war period. Moose is the author of many guide and inspirational cookbooks, to include. Maryland’s Western Shore, The Guidebook, and two volumes of Chesapeake’s Bounty.
Katie Barney Moose, born in Baltimore, is a descendant of the Clagett (Claggett) family of Maryland, and many old New England whaling families. She has lived in many of the U.S.’ great architectural, historical and waterside gems besides Annapolis - New Castle, DE; Newport and Providence, RI; Cold Spring Harbor, NY; San Francisco; Philadelphia; Greenwich, CT; Alexandria, VA; Washington, DC; and New York City. She presently resides in Easton, MD.
Mrs. Moose is the co-author of “The Best of Newport”; author of “Annapolis: The Guidebook”, “Eastern Shore of Maryland: The Guidebook”,” God’s Bounty:; “Chesapeake’s Bounty”, Chesapeake’s Bounty II, New England’s Bounty, “Nantucket’s Bounty”; Maryland’s Western Shore: The Guidebook” and several publications on the fiber optic telecommunications business, and is a consultant on international business and protocol. Her hobbies include gourmet cooking, fine wines, history, sailing, genealogy, gardening, theology, and travel. Books will be available for purchase at the event, with book signings after the presentation.
This event is FREE to the public. Advance reservations are required due to limited seating. Call 301-373-2280 to make your reservation.
Because of the generous grant and continued support from The Boeing Company, Sotterley Plantation is able to offer this important community outreach, fulfilling its mission to preserve, research, and interpret Sotterley Plantation’s diverse cultures and environments and to serve the world as an educational, cultural, and community resource.