Lizzie's Supper Menu created by Scott Alves Barton
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 Abolitionist artifacts on loan from the Chip Stone Foundation, courtesy of Jon Prown.
 detail of abolitionist sugar bowl “East India Sugar, not made by SLAVES.”
with Scott Alves Barton in the kitchen
 Chef Scott preparing candied watermelon rind
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 Scott using rice flour
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with Polly Morris, executive Director of Lynden Sculpture Garden
Fo Wilson, Artist & Designer of Eliza's Cabinet
Fo grating sweet potato for the Pone
our guests arrive
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 Scott pours a libation using Bissap (sorrel, hibiscus) to honor our ancestors.
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 Poem and menu items
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