Tour guests were transported via bus and by foot for narrated history with a live guide and food tastings in historic West Settlers, Frog Alley, the Pineaple Grove Arts District, Downtown Delray Beach, historic Ocean Avenue in Boynton Beach and Downtown Boynton Beach, FL.
Carli Smith of the Palm Beach County Convention & Visitors Bureau (PBCVB) at the Museum of Lifestyle & Fashion History for the Taste History Culinary Tour of Historic Delray Beach & Boynton Beach, Florida.
Carli Smith of the Palm Beach County Tourism Bureau with Donnie Dobson of Donnie's Southern Restaurant in Delray Beach. Smith said this about the tour "The culinary locations we stopped at were amazing!"
Four Soul Food cuisines were served at Donnie's Southern Restaurant in Delray Beach, Florida during the Taste History Culinary Tour. The term "Soul Food" was coined in the 1960s.
|The Historic Hartman House Bed & Breakfast in Delray Beach, Florida. House is circa 1923.|
Taste History Culinary Tours visited the 1923 Historic Hartman House which is a bed and breakfast in Delray Beach, Florida.
Carli Smith of PBCVB taste's the Lebkuchen, a German cookie, which is an old Hartman family recipe at the Historic Hartman House Bed & Breakfast.
Lebkuchens, German cookies, a Hartman family recipe, were tasted at the Historic Hartman House which is a bed and breakfast in Delray Beach, Florida.
Springerles, German cookies, were served at the Historic Hartman House to the guests from the Taste Historic Culinary Tour.
|Historic Hartman House Bed & Breakfast in Delray Beach, Florida|
Star Fruit Tree at the Historic Hartman House Bed & Breakfast. The scientific name for Star Fruit is Carambola. It is a tropical fruit grown in warm climates like Florida. Star Fuit earned its named because of its star-like shape.
Kim Alley Owner/Chef (left) of the Hurricane Alley on historic Ocean Avenue in Downtown Boynton Beach, Florida with Taste History Culinary Tour Director. Hurricane Alley provided three culinary experiences for the tour that were seafood salad, calamari and lobster bisque. Carli Smith of PBCVB described Hurricane Alley as a "funky little raw bar and favorite local spot in east Boynton."
The Taste History Culinary Tour group walked to the Urban Garden located in Downtown Boynton Beach, Florida. "Farmer Sherry" described their seasonal farming process, and the vegetables and fruits grown.
Banana Pepper grown at the Urban Garden in Downtown Boynton Beach, Florida. The Banana Pepper is a member of the Chili Pepper family. Its shape is like a Banana hence its name.
Okra from the Urban Garden in Downtown Boynton Beach, Florida. Okra is a flowering plant whose name origin "Okra"is from West Africa. It's native to the tropics of the Eastern Hemisphere.
Tomato at the Urban Garden in Downtown Boynton Beach, Florida. The tomato is a fruit that originated in the Andean area of South America in Peru and Ecuador. The tomato was introduced in the early 16th century to Europe by the Spanish. The Italians and Spanish were among the first to use the tomato as food. Europeans brought Tomatos to Europe. USA President Thomas Jefferson raised them on his plantation Monticello in year 1781. Then in 1812, the tomato was used as food in Louisiana and spread to northeastern states with use as food in 1835. The Tomato reached widespread popularity in the United States in the early 20th Century.
To purchase tickets for the Taste Historic Culinary tour visit TasteHistoryCulinaryTours.eventbrite.com. For information, call: 561-243-2662. The Museum of Lifestyle & Fashion History is located inside the Boynton Beach Mall (inside Mall in North wing) at 801 N. Congress Avenue, Boynton Beach, FL.
Effective April 1, 2013, $40 per person is the new rate for the general public tours. Due to the increase in fees that are charged to our organization for the tour bus rental and insurance; an increase in our tour fees is necessary. Pre-paid reservations that have been made prior to that date will not be effected. The Taste History Culinary Tours program is operated by a non-profit 501c3 organization and run by non-paid volunteers.
The Museum of Lifestyle & Fashion History's Taste History Culinary Tours is sponsored by: