Discover the sweet and savory history of the pie during KTM&HC’s virtual taproom tasting program on November 17

Taproom Tastings, the popular series of virtual programs formerly known as Tavern Tastings, is BACK and better than ever! Join Keeler Tavern Museum & History Center (KTM&HC) Chief Curator Catherine Prescott and Researcher Mary Tsaltas-Ottomanelli, streaming live from our historic Tavern Museum, as they investigate historic food cultures and drinks.

On Thursday, November 17, the discussion revolves around the pie!

In an edition that perfectly sets the Thanksgiving mood, Catherine and Mary will explore the sweet and savory history of pies in America. They will discuss how pies became a cornerstone of the American diet, beginning with early settlers, as well as the customs and traditions of making and serving pies. Catherine and Mary will also share their favorite historic pie recipes. Their laid-back conversational style is an engaging way to gain unique and entertaining insights into our culinary stories and learn how food and drink have long been central to building and maintaining community and cultural identity.

Taproom Tastings: Pie will take place on Thursday, November 17 at 6:30 p.m. on Zoom. Registration is required and registrants can register for a single program or the entire series. Taproom Tastings is free for everyone, with a suggested donation of $10. To register, go to

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