Preparing food for school tours at the Covenhoven House - 1852 restored home in Freehold, NJ.
Victoria Day Tea - 2009:
One of the hat displays at the tea. The audience enjoyed 'Victorian' parlor games, tea and refreshments.
Victoria Day Tea display
To check out a review of a recent program I presented at the East Brunswick Museum go to the following site: http://www.ourgrandmotherskitchens.com/ Once you get to the site, do a search on the right hand side: "A Taste of the Hearth" (May 6th, 2009) Tinky Weisenblatt is a cookbook author and singer, she joined us for the program and was very generous with her review! Thanks Tinky! The site is her personal blog and has some great information and is very interesting reading. Enjoy!
"You may not know this...but in the past of my Pampered Chef days, you were always one of my favorite hostesses and you always inspired me to be more creative. I think of you with lots of respect when I see or hear your name. I wish you much success in your future." Melanie H. - East Brunswick, NJ
"Just a note of thanks. Pete and I enjoyed your talk so very much, it was well worth the long trip. You really are a great teacher, and I can see you love what you are doing. Kudos!" Judy M. - Sussex Co.- NJ
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