Park House presenting “Regency Cooking and Historical Food Plating” April 25

 

 

By Haley Rose

 

The Park House Museum presents “Regency Cooking and Historical Food Plating” April 25 as a way to teach various cooking techniques, recipes as well as presentation mastered in the Regency era.

Guests will also learn how the War of 1812, Jane Austen and Hearth Cooking came together and what it tasted like!

Park House curator Stephanie Pouget- Papak says the event is “something she’s been doing for years”. Her friend Michelle Vuk, who is also the guest speaker for the event,  has been cooking for over 15 years.

The event starts at 7 p.m. It is open to the public but Pouget-Papak recommends guests pre register and pay before hand to ensure a spot. Pre-registration ends April 18.

Non-member tickets are $15 and member tickets are $13. Ticket sales are estimated for 20 people for the evening. However, if more tickets are purchased additional dates and settings will be put in place.

The next Park House event will be a ‘Taste and Talk’ where guests get the opportunity to have small food tastings as well as listen to influential lectures.

The event is being held as a fundraiser for a summer exhibit.

A dinner will also be taking place May 23 at the Legion as another fundraiser.

The proceeds from the events will be used towards the donated artifacts that are going in the display cases throughout the museum.

Any questions about the Regency Cooking and Historical Food Plating event or any others can be answered by Pouget-Papak at 519-736-2511.

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