Pork a la Normand At Conner Prairie

Jonathan Townsend

Posted on March 16 2017

In today’s episode, Jon is transported back to 1836 as he visits the folks once again at Prairietown, part of Conner Prairie Interactive History Park in Fishers, Indiana. Mrs. Barker (portrayed by historical interpreter Kim McCann) takes no guff from Jon regarding the appearance of this dish. While it wasn’t the “purdiest” thing we’ve ever eaten here, it may have been one of the tastiest! There was none left by the time Aaron and Kevin finished breaking down the equipment! For a recipe on how to prepare this dish, visit our cooking blog “Savoring The Past” at this link: http://www.townsends.us/blog/pork-a-la-normand/

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