William Woys Weaver directs the Keystone Center for the Study of Regional Foods and Food Tourism and maintains the Roughwood Seed Collection for heirloom food plants.
This PowerPoint presentation will trace the European roots of the kitchen garden and how it evolved in the United States, with special emphasis on Pennsylvania and the famous Pennsylvania Dutch kitchen gardens of the 19th century.
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Taste the Harvest: Cooking With Heirloom Vegetables the Pennsylvania Dutch Way
William Woys Weaver is the author of 16 books and the founder of the Keystone Center for the Study of Regional Foods. He has recently overseen the reconstruction of an 1860s kitchen garden at Kutztown University in Kutztown, Pa.
Visit WilliamWoysWeaver.com for more information.
Order his book, Heriloom Vegetable Gardening.