Posted by: hearttohearthcookery | June 8, 2009

Food History at ALHFAM

The 39th annual Association of Living History, Farm and Agricultural Museums commenced with workshops Saturday June 6th at Old Salem Museum and Gardens, Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Two food history related pre-conference programs were offered. Since I had participated in a bake oven workshop at the 1992 Winston-Salem conference, I opted to take a bus trip to the Seagrove Area Potteries. My main purpose was to visit Westmore Pottery, www.westmorepottery.com . Mary and David Farrell have been reproducing high quality pottery made and used in America between 1650 to 1850. I have been recommending their pipkins for years and incorporate many of their redware pieces in my food history business www.hearttohearthcookery.com . I was thrilled to finally meet them and visit their shop. I now have many more of their reproductions!


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