Betsy Ross Sews a Legend
Betsy Ross is one of the most celebrated women in American history. She was a woman of great courage who was asked by Gen. Washington to defy the British and secretly give our nation its identity. Learn why in this episode as Chef Staib prepares meals Betsy would have made, Oyster Stew and Roasted Duckling Glazed with Honey.
A Taste Of History Season 2
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- Ch 410A Taste Of History Season 2In the fall of 1793, Yellow Fever was running rampant in Philadelphia. President Washington decided to move the government's operations north to Germantown, a settlement miles away from the plagued city. He set up his offices in a charming home, Deshler Morris House. We'll tour the house and Chef Staib will prepare Shrimp Toast, along with a Larded Heart of Beef Tenderloin in Washington's honor.A Taste Of History Season 1We start a special four-part series cooking in Thomas Jefferson's actual kitchen at Monticello, his Virginia home. Chef Staib prepares Jefferson's favorite exotic dish, Stuffed Cabbage with Fried Asparagus. We also tour Jefferson's gardens, where we learn how important discovering and growing foods was to our third President.