A fabulous summer extravaganza. The 23rd annual Strawberry festival held at the Benson Hammond House in Linthicum, Maryland offers food, music, crafts and historic home tours.
How many ways can a strawberry be served? Fresh strawberries, strawberries dipped in chocolate, strawberry shortcake, strawberry jelly and jams, and best of all, light strawberry wine.
Oh the strawberryness of the day. Gloriously red and sweet to celebrate early summer. All with the historic Benson-Hammond House as a backdrop. Home of the Ann Arrundell County Historical Society, the house is listed with the National Register of Historic Places.
A home focused on showing the farm life from the late 1800’s, the home originated in 1830 by a truck farmer and his family. The sole survivor of truck farms in the area with the surrounding land devoted to the creation of BWI airport. The Benson-Hammond House retains the history of truck farming in Maryland.
This post is dedicated to Jerry of Quiet Solo Pursuits to tempt him with another lovely food post.