Plymouth: Chef recreates pilgrim meals, not just on Thanksgiving, but every day

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]

A cast member bakes bread in the village oven

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About Katherine Perry

Katherine Perry, a graduate of Duxbury High School and The University of Massachusetts at Amherst, has really made her mark since her arrival at WATD. She is the daughter of the owner, Ed Perry, but that doesn't stop Katherine from consistently nailing out a solid news cast. She also works as a reporter, and specializes in in-depth features.