Thursday, Nov 27, 2014

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2:00 PM

Taste of HistoryBattle of Nassau

Join Chef Staib as he travels to the Bahamas to the site of the Battle of Nassau. He prepares delicious Bahamian specialities: Boiled Fish, Curried Lobster and Johnny Cake. He also visits an authentic Sauce House to sample grits for a Bahamian Taste of History.


2:30 PM

Taste of HistoryTrekking South Africa

Join Chef Walter Staib on an incredible journey to South Africa where he visits an authentic Zulu village and prepares South African specialities featuring local game: Warthog Kebobs and Ostrich Stew, for this unforgettable Taste of South African History.


3:00 PM

Taste of HistoryOriginal Americans

18th Century America was a volatile time for colonist and Native Americans. On two occasions, Native Americans devastated and displaced for their loyalties and/or land. Chef Staib cooks Cornmeal Fried Catfish, Stuffed Squash, Maple Baked Beans and Corn and Cranberry Pancakes in honor of the first Americans.


3:30 PM

Taste of HistoryUnder the Vine and Figtree

Chef Walter Staib explores how various beliefs coexisted in Colonial America and eventually resulted in religious freedom. To celebrate our pluralism, Chef Walter prepares Calf Brains with Butter and Capers and Beef Royale, for a Taste of History.


4:00 PM

Taste of HistoryA Capital Design

Chef Staib takes us to Washington, DC to share Pierre L’Enfant’s grand vision for a capital city. In honor of this French architect, Chef Staib prepares Liver Dumplings, Veal Tongue Fricassee, Sautéed Heirloom Carrots and for dessert, Chocolate Mousse Cake for a Taste of History.


4:30 PM

Taste of HistoryOriginal Sushi

Chef Staib reveals A Taste of History in the origins of Japanese sushi. We travel to the Kobe area of Japan, to see the most prized and pampered beef in the world. We Learn how Admiral Perry opened trade to Japan and tour the Imperial Palace in Kyoto.


5:00 PM

Taste of HistoryRevolutionary Caribbean

Chef Walter takes us to the island of Turks and Caicos, and prepares Caribbean delights such as Conch Chowder and Cod Fish Cakes. We tour the Caribbean to see how important it was to the Revolutionary War, and to remember the wonderful Tastes of History we have sampled there.


5:30 PM

Taste of HistoryCharles Thomson - Witness to History

In this episode, we visit the farm home of Charles Thomson, the Secretary to the Continental Congresses. Chef Staib prepares Shrimp in Saffron Cream, Marinated Asparagus and Fennel Puree in the Thomsons’ kitchen at Harriton House.

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