Colonial Fare: Recipes From America’s Founding Fathers


Welcome to Colonial Fare, where we explore the culinary traditions of America's Founding Fathers. Get ready to taste history!


Slide into the past with our first recipe, George Washington's Cherry Bounce. This boozy drink was a favorite of the first president.


Next up, Thomas Jefferson's Macaroni and Cheese. This classic comfort food was a staple in Jefferson's household.


John Adams' favorite dish, Braised Beef with Onions, is a hearty and flavorful meal that will transport you back to the 18th century.


For a sweet treat, try Benjamin Franklin's Apple Pie. This simple yet delicious dessert was a favorite among the Founding Fathers.


James Madison's Virginia Ham is a must-try for meat lovers. This recipe has been passed down for generations and is still a crowd-pleaser today.


Feeling adventurous? Give Alexander Hamilton's Oyster Stew a try. This dish may seem unusual, but it was a popular delicacy during colonial times.


No meal is complete without a side of John Hancock's Cornbread. This easy and versatile recipe is perfect for any occasion.


For a taste of the South, try Thomas Paine's Fried Chicken. This crispy and flavorful dish will have you coming back for seconds.


Finish off your colonial feast with Martha Washington's Rum Cake. This decadent dessert is sure to satisfy your sweet tooth and leave you feeling like a true patriot. Thanks for joining us on this culinary journey through America's past. See you next time!