Kale from the Urban Farm in Downtown Boynton Beach, Florida was used to prepare a cuisine for the Taste History.
|Farmer Sherry of the Boynton Urban Farm welcomes the Taste History Tour guests.|
|Taste History Tour guests visiting the Urban Farm in Downtown Boynton Beach|
Tour-guides-in-training Traci and Elena a the farm-to-table Secret Garden Café in Downtown Boynton Beach for the Taste History Culinary Tour
The Artists Guild Gallery is the newest cultural addition to the Taste History Culinary Tour. On this date, Taste History made its first visit to the gallery located in Downtown Delray Beach, Florida
|Taste History toured the Artists Guild Gallery located in Downtown Delray Beach, Florida|
(Right) Roni DiSabello, President of the Artists Guild Gallery, speaks with a guests from the Taste History Culinary Tour
Artwork displayed at the Artists Guild Gallery in Downtown Delray Beach that was visited for the Taste History Culinary Tour.
Dee Dee of the namesake Dee Dee's Conch & Rib Shack served her popular Bahamian conch fritters and barbecue ribs for the Taste History Culinary Tour.
Delectable “Lady Fingers” (conch fritters), and “Willie Ribs”, from Dee Dee’s Conch, Rib and Crab Shack of Delray Beach. Bahamian cuisine at Dee Dee's Conch & Rib Shack was a hearty tastings for the Taste History Culinary Tour.
Rev. Marcia Beam of St. Matthew's Episcopal Church shared the Bahamian church and history experience for the guests on the Taste History Culinary Tour.
|On our way to Scuola Vecchia, a Neapolitan pizzeria in Downtown Delray Beach, Florida|
Tantalizing Neapolitan pizza is always a hit with the Taste History tour guest, courtesy of Scuola Vecchia. Get it while it’s hot! Pizza Margherita in-the-making.
Marianne’s Gourmet Shop of Delray serving, chocolate chip and oatmeal raisin cookies, a pesto cheese torte, and black bean dip for the Taste History Culinary Tour.
Brief Facts about Taste History:
- Offered year-round
- Held on the second, third and fourth Saturdays at 11am
- 3 to 4 eateries visited for food tastings. The food portions are hearty.
- Cultural centers or art galleries are visited
- Bus riding and 4 to 6 blocks of walking
- Some eating experiences are standing-only
- Tour is 3 to 4 hours
- Food and Florida history are narrated by a guide
- Private group tours are also available during the weekday
- Pre-payment is required. Fees are inclusive
- Tour takes place Rain or Shine.
- Dietary Restrictions Cannot be Accommodated
The culinary tours are small-format with the average capacity for the tours being 15 to 20 people. The tour cannot accommodate dietary restrictions and dietary substitutions cannot be provided.
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 affected. The Taste History Culinary Tours program is operated by a non-profit 501c3 organization. Special rates apply for Private Group Tours.
Upcoming culinary tour 2013 dates (culinary tours are held year-round and tours are offered to the general public. Pre-payment required)
All tours start at 11am
Saturday, November 16, 2013 Delray Beach/Boynton Beach