Garden Workshop: Traditions of Hospitality

American and European Herbs for Tea & Flavoring

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Traditions of Hospitality:
American and European Herbs
for Tea & Flavoring

Presented by Katherine Schlosser, noted herb scholar; editor/contributor The Herb Society of America’s Essential Guide to Growing and Cooking with Herbs; monthly column in Greensboro News & Record; numerous board affiliations.

Garden Workshop: Traditions of HospitalitySaturday, April 16, 201610:00 am - 11:00 amWachovia Room
Old Salem Visitors Center
(900 Old Salem Road)

A look at some of the traditional and adapted recipes and the herbs, native and old-country, that stocked early pantries. Includes tea tasting of two herbal blends for spring and a few recipes for herbal beverages, with sweet and savory tea accompaniments—a modern take on a revered tradition.

A FREE workshop
hosted by Old Salem Horticulture

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