Jefferson's Monticello - Part 4
We end our tour of Jefferson's Gardens at Monticello as we learn how the President carefully cultivated over 330 vegetable varieties, along with a host of fruits. Chef Staib prepares a tour-de-force final meal in Jefferson's kitchen. Curried Lamb and with Rice Pilaf and Stewed Mushrooms, along with Leni Sorensen, Monticello's expert on the slave cooks who worked there.
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