Making Mincemeat: The Story (and Demonstration) of a Historical Pie

Monday, October 29 at 6:30pm, Community RoomProgram Flyer: Making Mincemeat

Ever since Europeans settled in the Colonies, pies have been a part of American traditional celebrations. Join novelist Terri Karsten as she shares her love of historical cookery in this presentation tracing the development of mincemeat pie. learn how recipes for mincemeat have changed from the Middle Ages, when it contained meat, to the modern version consisting of mostly apples and raisins. Terri will demostrate how to roll out a pie crust, grate sugar, and prepare exotic spices. Participants will have a chance to sample old-fashioned mincemeat and take home a recipe.

Terri Karsten is the author of several historical novels, including When Luck Runs Out, a novel of the orphan train. Her novels will be available for sale and signing after the presentation. No registration necessary.

Where: 
Library Community Room
Contact: 
Information Desk, 825-0702

Last Updated: Oct 03, 2018