Most home cooks will agree: cooking a Thanksgiving feast is exhausting. Even with all the gadgets and gizmos in a typical modern kitchen, and with all the ingredients just a trip to the grocery away– it’s a tough job. An even tougher job? Replicating a meal fit for a Pilgrim in a kitchen fit for a Pilgrim. In Plymouth, that’s what one chef is up against, every day.
Katherine Perry visited Plimoth Plantation where it’s one cook’s job to bring culinary history to life. [display_podcast]