DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) – During Fort Ancient’s “Harvest of the Crops”, Keith Bengston will explore pioneer cooking methods and the preservation of food including hands-on experiences such as making hominy, stringing beans, and grinding corn to name just a few of the activities. Participants may drop in on this activity or stay the entire time. There will be information and a lot of first-hand outdoor activity.
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