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Hearth House honors the African American slave women who nourished generations of American families with meals prepared at the fireside hearth.  We listen for their voices in prized recipes handed down through the years, published in the 1904 Blue Grass Cookbook, where their photographs were first printed. Though denied basic rights including an access to formal education, these women serve as mentors, showing us how to make the most with humble ingredients. They remind us to stay connected through our apron strings, maintain dignity in challenging times, and always keep the hearth fire burning.   “Apron Strings” Roundtable Conversations the third Saturday in April and May rekindle kitchen stories from women of the 3rd and 4th Ward. Hearth House celebrates Juneteenth by hosting a Peace Through Pie Social. Become Pie-O-neers for peace, one piece at a time.
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