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Local Roots Spring Evening Dining

May 2, 2014
Come see how the French have influenced Michigan’s cuisine.

Mother’s Day Brunch

May 11, 2014
Have brunch in Henry Ford’s private ballroom in Lovett Hall.
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From cooking demonstrations in our historic homes to local roots dining and private events, view our videos as inspiration for your own personal culinary adventures.
Cooking with The Henry Ford: Toad in the Hole
Try this easy traditional English dish for your next breakfast. Learn the authentic way to make this family favorite straight from the historic kitchen of the Edison Homestead. Visit in person for live culinary demonstrations daily throughout our many historic homes and farms in Greenfield Village. Each season brings new surprises and inspiration to your table.
How to Make Cranberry Sauce
Get out your apron and prepare to learn a simple, yet delicious recipe for Cranberry sauce! Add to your holiday menu a classic dish as its preparation is demonstrated by one of our presenters in Henry Ford's Birthplace in Greenfield Village. Let's get cookin'!
The Henry Ford on Institutional Purchasing at the Michigan Good Food Summit
Susan Schmidt, Former Director of Food Services at The Henry Ford, discusses The Henry Ford’s and other best practices for institutional food buying at the Michigan Good Food Summit, February 25, 2010.
Local Roots Dinner
The Henry Ford brings food experiences to life like no other during our local roots dinners. Enjoy unique historic and contemporary menus serving the finest food available in season.
Picnics in Greenfield Village at The Henry Ford
Host your next group outing in Greenfield Village at The Henry Ford. With over 90 historical buildings and 200 acres of grounds and gardens, Greenfield Village provides over 300 years of authentic American History and inspiration for your event
Weddings in Lovett Hall at the Henry Ford
Discover the magic of a wedding in Lovett Hall, Michigan’s most beautiful ballroom. Entertain guests in the same elegant hall where Henry Ford hosted some of the greatest names in history.