Next on my reblog list is this description of my favorite new program “In the Kitchen With Laura.” I really enjoy it and I think you will too.
Every year I introduce a new program, a new way to tell the life story of Laura Ingalls Wilder. I’m especially pleased with this year’s program with a completely different take. It mixes stories and information about Laura Ingalls Wilder’s life with food history and hands on cooking. It’s the 1930s and we find ourselves in Laura’s kitchen as she’s dealing with all the food coming in from a bountiful summer garden.
During the program I bring volunteers on stage to do things like:
- Mix up a batch of biscuits
- Make ginger water
- Dry Wild Plums
- And more (some seasonal considerations will determine other activities)
Afterward everybody can try some of the ginger water. It’s been a big hit.
This program is all interactive, no PowerPoint, and all you have to supply is a table and 2 quarts of water.
This program will work especially well with the theme of…
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