I love hearth cooking, and when I was a Girl Scout leader my troop could make a complete fireside dinner, including bread, cobblers and chocolate chip cookies (without an oven!). Here is a special Scots-Irish dinner just In time for St. Patrick’s Day!
Hearthside Dinner “Scottish Irish Heritage Celebration”
Saturday, March 19, 5PM – 7PM (reservations required before March 11)
Remick Museum and Farm, Tamworth, New Hampshire
Scots- Irish Heritage Celebration
Cead Mille Failte!
Enjoy an American blend of the most notable foods inspired by Scotch-Irish Immigrants who settled in the New World. The menu will include the ever-popular Corned Beef & Cabbage and of course the popular potato, a crop first introduced to the colonies by the Scotch-Irish. Everyone will be a wee bit Celtic at this celebration!
The Menu: Hearth Roasted Corned Beef Brisket with Whiskey Cream Sauce Colcannon Boiled Potatoes & Beets Irish Soda Bread with Fresh Churned Butter Assorted Preserves & Pickles Ulster Apple Crumble with Fresh Whipped Cream Coffee, Tea & Warmed Mint Chocolate
*Please let us know ahead of time while making your reservations if you have any dietary concerns or allergies. $40 per person. Please call (603) 323-7591 or toll free 1 (800) 686-6117.
The Remick Country Doctor Museum and Farm http://www.remickmuseum.org/
A great Scots Irish cooking blog at "Not Your Great Grandmother's Table: Scotch Irish Foodways" by M. M. Drymon of Maine http://scotchirishfood.blogspot.com/ Her book Scotch- Irish Foodways in America was published in 2009.
Copyright 2011, Heather Wilkinson Rojo