Fried Green Tomatoes at the Secret Garden Cafe in Downtown Boynton Beach, Florida served for the Taste History Culinary Tour
Southern cuisine - the fried green tomatoes at the Secret Garden Cafe in Downtown Boynton Beach, Florida cooked for the visit by the Taste History Culinary Tour.
Step 1. Ingredients and supplies in position for the dill sauce-making demo at the Secret Garden Cafe conducted for the Taste History Culinary Tour.
Step 2. Farm-to-table at the Secret Garden Cafe in Boynton Beach. Dill from the Urban Farm was used to prepare the dill sauce for the Taste History Culinary Tour.
Step 2 continued...chop, chop, chop the dill for the sauce. The demo was conducted for the Taste History Culinary Tour visit to the Secret Garden Cafe in Boynton Beach.
Step 3. Chef Timothy of the Secret Garden Cafe prepping the dill to be mixed to make the sauce for the Taste History Culinary Tour.
Step 4. Prepping the sauce for the infusion of the dill from the Urban Farm at the Secret Garden Cafe in Downtown Boynton Beach that was visited for the Taste History Culinary Tour.
Step 5. The stirring begins. Dill mixed with sauce equals "dill sauce" at the Secret Garden Cafe in Downtown Boynton Beach, Florida
Step 6. The finale. Delicious farm fresh dill sauce is served with the fried green tomatoes at the Secret Garden Cafe that was on the route for the Taste History Culinary Tour.
The Urban Farm is operated by the non-profit Secret Garden Cafe located in Downtown Boynton Beach, Florida. The Taste History Culinary Tour traveled to the farm.
Farmer Sherry picking dill in the Urban Farm in Downtown Boynton Beach during the visit by the Taste History Culinary Tour.
The leafy-greens of the cauliflower plant in the Urban Farm in Downtown Boynton Beach, Florida. The Taste History Culinary Tour made a trip to the farm.
The baby in the cauliflower patch at the Urban Farm in Downtown Boynton Beach, Florida that was visited for the Taste History Culinary Tour.
Marianne Gourmet Shop on George Bush Boulevard in Delray Beach provided made-from-scratch treats for the Taste History Culinary Tour.
Sara DeVries, owner of Marianne Gourmet Shop which was created by Sara's mother Marianne, welcomed the Taste History Culinary Tour. Sara continues the gourmet tradition that her late mother Marianne started.
Sun-dried tomato and pesto cheese torte at Marianne Gourmet Shop in Delray Beach was enjoyed by the Taste History Culinary Tour. All the cuisines at Marianne Gourmet Shop are made-from-scratch.
Taste History guests walking along East Atlantic Avenue in Delray Beach to the Neapolitan pizzeria Scuola Vecchia whicn means "old school" in Italian.
|Scuola Vecchia's oven was imported from Naples, Italy|
The Pizza Margherita at Scuola Vecchia in Downtown Delray Beach was a delight for the Taste History Culinary Tour guests.
|Sharon, owner of the Scuola Vecchia, welcomed the Taste History Culinary Tour guests.|
The Taste History Culinary Tour also traveled to the Delray Green Market
At the Delray Green Market. Visitors from New York and Connecticut on the Taste History Culinary Tour of historic Delray Beach & Boynton Beach, Florida
Rev. Marcia Beam (center) of St. Matthew's Episcopal Church with the Taste History tour guides-in-training.
Taste History tour guests peering at the "black" Jesus displayed at St. Matthew's Episcopal Church in Delray Beach which was established by black Bahamians to Delray Beach, Florida. Black Bahamians were among the early settlers to Delray Beach.
Taste History tour guests making their way to Dee Dee's Conch & Rib Shack located on West Atlantic Avenue in Downtown Delray Beach, Florida
|Dee Dee of the namesake restaurant greeted the Taste History tour guests.|
Dee Dee's specialty of conch fritters and barbecue ribs were the treat for the Taste History Culinary Tour.
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To purchase tickets on-line for the Taste History Culinary Tour of Historic Palm Beach County, visit tastehistoryculinarytours.org or call 561-243-2662 or 561-638-8277. Pre-payment is required. The Taste History Culinary Tours are open to the general public on the 2nd, 3rd and 4th Saturdays of each month. Private group tours are also available.
Brief Facts about Taste History:
- Offered year-round
- Held on the first, second, third and fourth Saturdays at 11am. Pre-payment is required
- At least 3 to 4 locally owned and family-owned bakeries and eateries are visited for food tasting. Some cuisines may be culturally-specific. The food portions are hearty.
- Cultural centers or emerging art and craft shops are visited
- Tour travels through historic neighborhoods and off the beaten path.
- Bus riding and may included 3 to 4 blocks of walking
- Some eating experiences are standing-only.
- Tour is at least 3 to 4 hours
- Food and Florida history are narrated by a guide
- To maintain an element of surprise, each tour is different and never an exact duplication of any previous tour hosted.
- 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. Click here to read about types of foods served on the tour.
- Taste History is a food tasting tour, with art and history combined, and although there is some sitting it's not a sit-down luncheon but many of the food portions are hearty and most people are full by the end of the tour.
Due to the exceeding popularity of the non-profit Taste History Culinary Tours of Historic Palm Beach County, the first seven-months sold-out. To meet the demand for the culinary tours, more dates have been added with the tours being expanded to consist of food samplings in historic Lake Worth including Lantana in Palm Beach County, Florida. Therefore, the tours are held at 11am year-round on the second, third and fourth Saturdays of each month, plus private group tours are offered. The Taste History Culinary Tours of Historic Delray Beach & Boynton Beach, Florida is offered on the third and fourth Saturdays of each month. And, Taste History Culinary Tours of Historic Lake Worth & Lantana is held on the second Saturday of each month, year-round, effective April 14, 2012.
The culinary tours are small-format with the average capacity for the tours being 15 to 20 people. The tour cannot accommodate dietary restrictions.
Taste History is sponsored, in part, by Macy's which is famous for its culinary tools department; the Patricia Ann Ravo Fund and the Boris & Edith Rueger Fund. Sponsorship opportunities are still available.
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