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Brunch from the Summer Kitchen at Gloucester

February 24

Settle into the “most intact Summer Kitchen in the Deep South” at Gloucester—the 1803 home of the First Territorial Governor of Mississippi, Winthrop Sargent. The Natchez Literary and Cinema Celebration will bring in food historian Dr. Leni Sorensen, who will present a program on “Keeping a Fine Table in the Federal Era: From the Urban East to the Mississippi Territory”. Guests will enjoy a special meal featuring “tavern biscuits” from the first cookbook ever published in America, Mary Randolph’s The Virginia Housewife. 11:30 am–1 pm. $40. bontempstix.com.

201 Lower Woodville Road


February 24