16 Jul Real fried chicken, the union occupation and tin type photography
Trevor Beemon updates listeners on the latest news from the organization. Their capital campaign to bring a cabin and brick smokehouse to the Root House property is half way to its goal of $600,000.
At the Root House on this particular Saturday, we spoke with Clarissa Clifton, a food historian, a union occupier named Steve Reilly and tin type photographer Matt Alexandre.
Clarissa made some fried chicken and buttermilk cake on the original cast iron stove from the Root House!