Enjoy pictures from the 2016 Heritage Harvest Festival! See top presenters, enjoy 100’s of tastings and explore all that the festival has to offer!
I know I’ve mentioned it before, but I LOVE getting packages. I especially love when those packages contain food. The latest box of tasty goodies that was left on my porch contained a plethora of produce from the vegetable garden at Monticello! Originally Posted: http://asoutherngrace.blogspot.com/2016/08/happy-harvest.html Monticello’s 10th Annual Heritage Harvest Festival is coming soon, running from […]
This post is sponsored by Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello in support of the Heritage Harvest Festival. Click here for festival details. Brooklyn Supper readers receive $10 off Festival Opening Night at the Paramount Theater with code VEG16. My dream garden sits just a couple miles from my house on a mountain east of town. Whenever I […]
Gayle Jessup White and Dr. Leni Sorensen discuss the origins of Southern foodways in the the historic Monticello Kitchen. Programming for the 10th annual Heritage Harvest Festival will include a focus on Southern chefs and Southern cuisine. Southern Foodways at Heritage Harvest Festival
by Ian Glomski, founder of Vitae Spirits Distillery Ingredients: 1.5 oz. White Rum (suggest Plantation 3 Stars or similar) 1.0 oz. Paw Paw extract (see notes) 0.25 oz., Bay leaf extract (see notes) 0.25 oz. Lemon Balm extract (see notes) 1 tsp Amaretto 1 tsp fresh lime juice 1 tsp honey […]
In the 1800s, many gardens, homesteads and farms raised livestock. Animals were integrated into the fabric of everyday life, providing daily sustenance and being a part of the community’s commerce. Monticello’s gardens and orchards are world-famous for vegetable and fruit production. The volumes of garden notes and sketches by Jefferson give deep insights into production […]