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Fall Flavor Weekends at Greenfield Village - Fall Cooking Demonstrations
Greenfield Village is ushering in fall with two full days of cooking demonstrations.
Schedule of events:
- Firestone Farm - Sauerkraut, vegetable soup from the Buckeye Cookbook and graham bread.
- Henry Ford Home - Concord grape jelly preserved, baked apples au beurre and chicken salad
- Mattox Family Home - Hoppin John with salt ham, stuffed eggplant and scuppernog grape jelly.
- Adams Family Home - Apple rice pudding, rabbit pie and fried cabbage with bacon.
- Edison Homestead - Creamed cauliflower, pumpkin pie, roast turkey with chestnut dressing and gravy.
- Susquehanna Plantation - Stuffed planked fish, baked apple pudding and scalloped potatoes.
- Daggett Farmhouse - Beer brewing, bread making, stuffed cabbage and roast lamb.
- Noon & 2 p.m. - Cooking demonstration with Chef Michael Trombley, The Henry Ford's executive chef
- 2 p.m. - Tour of Firestone Farm Orchard
The Village Store will be offering free tastings of Greenfield Village Fresh Made Fudge, Greenfield Village Preserves, Dearborn Sausage Mini-Sticks and Brownwood Farms Cherry Salsa and Preserves.
• Free to members and those who pay for admission the Village
Greenfield Village Admission:
- Non-member seniors (62 & up) -- $21
- Adults (13-61) -- $22
- Youth (5-12) -- $16
- Children (4 and under) -- Free
Parking is $5 per vehicle
|Where||Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Village 20900 Oakwood Blvd, Dearborn, MI 48124|
|Next on||This event is over.|
|Time||9:30 am–5:00 pm|
|Who to bring||Everyone, Kids, Teens, Families, Seniors|
|Price||$16-$22/Person, non-members; Free for members|
More About Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Village
Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Village is West Dearborn's premier tourist attraction. Established in 1929 and world-renowned for its incredible collection of historical treasures, the 12-acre museum houses inspiring historical pieces such as the bus Rosa Parks rode in and a rare reproduction of the Declaration of Independence. The village invites visitors to step back in time and into the lives of some of our country's most innovative and accomplished thinkers, as it holds the homes of Henry Ford, Thomas Edison, The Wright Brothers and more.