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Open hearth cooking focus of archives session
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Everyone loves good food, and our 18th century counterparts were no less interested in it than folks today. They just cooked in a different time and place. Learn how to cook over an open hearth and what foods were commonly prepared and eaten in the Carolina Backcountry at a Sept. 30 class at the Camden Archives and Museum with Deborah Watts, the Backcountry manager at the Sumter County Museum, and Katherine Richardson, deputy director of the Camden Archives and Museum.