Take a tasty step back in time at the William Harris Homestead’s Historic Christmas Food for Thought

press release from William Harris Homestead

 From 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 15, 2018, you’re invited to gather your holiday spirit and get your taste buds ready for William Harris Homestead’s Historic Christmas Food for Thought, a fitting tribute for Walton County’s Bicentennial Celebration.
Experience a Country Christmas at the William Harris Homestead and enjoy Clarissa Clifton, the open-fire pit cooking historian, who will be preparing popular dishes from the nineteenth century using methods, implements, and recipes handed down to her by her ancestors.

“At the same time, Doc Watson and his blacksmithing apprentices will be hammering out Christmas tunes on the anvil, making beautiful wrought iron implements that make for perfect and unique Christmas gifts. Docents, dressed in the style of the day, will also be on hand to talk about the customs and traditions of Christmases past. Other highlights include the opportunity to make corn husk dolls or Christmas ornaments using natural supplies from the Harris woods and farm.”
Admission is $6.00 and children under five are FREE

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