Escape to Deshler-Morris House
In 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.
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