Historical Society And Arts Council Present Virtual Show From “Chenango County Cookbook”

Historical Society and Arts Council present virtual show from “Chenango County cookbook” Marie Moren, SUNY Geneseo graduate who trained at the Geneseo Center for Local and Municipal History will present a historical cooking class using a recipe found in the Chenango County cookbook, “Made Nine Pies,” on Sunday. (Submitted Photo)

NORWICH – The Chenango Arts Council is pleased to announce the second in its series of free virtual events sponsored by NBT Bank.

The Council has partnered with Chenango Historical Society to offer a historical cooking class using a recipe found in the Chenango County cookbook, “Made Nine Pies”.

“Cooking Historically with Chenango Historical Society” will be held via ZOOM at 2 p.m. on Sunday, April 11.

The Instructor, Marie Moren, is a graduate of SUNY Geneseo who trained at the Geneseo Center for Local and Municipal History.

Participants should register April 10 or earlier by enrolling at ChenangoArts.org. The class is free to take, but those who wish to follow along will want to have the following ingredients:

Carrie’s Johnny Cake (from the handwritten cookbook of Mrs. Walter Sexton, Sherburne, 1890)

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1 egg

1 cup flour

½ cup meal

2 tablespoons sugar

1 teaspoon c-tartar*

½ teaspoon soda*

salt

½ cup sweet milk

* Editor’s Note: Substitute 1 tsp. baking powder for soda and c-tartar.

Any questions may be directed to Chenango Arts Council at info@chenangoarts.org or by calling 607-336-2787.

– From the Chenango Arts Council



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