Colonial tavern fare fundraiser to return to Historic Christ Church

Holiday visitors and residents can spend a bit less time cooking and more time enjoying outdoor activities on July 2 with delicious and healthy meals-to-go ordered in advance from the Foundation for Historic Christ Church (FHCC).

Each meal will consist of salmagundi, what is effectively a colonial period chef’s salad, found in Hannah Glasse’s cookbook of 1734.

“Our salmagundi will include foods that were popular in 18th Century Virginia: boneless marinated chicken, country ham, French potato salad, corn salad, haricot vert, and hard-boiled egg, accompanied by….

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