Thumbprint Cookies with the Historic Stewart Farm

Online and at Home

Surrey, BC

Digital recording Adult Culinary & food History & heritage Kids

This historical recipe is usually baked in our wood stove at the Historic Stewart Farm. Try baking these thumbprint cookies - they taste amazing! These cookies have traditionally been baked for our picturesque teas at the Historic Stewart Farmhouse. Made from jam jarred on site, these cookies have a sweet taste that ensures one wont be enough! You'll need: 2 1/3 Cups Flour ¼ tsp Baking Soda 1/8 tsp Salt 1 Cup Sugar 1 Egg 1 Cup Softened Butter 1 tsp Vanilla 1 Jar Jam of your choice Post your baking results at our @HeritageSurrey Facebook page.

This event runs the duration of Culture Days.

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This event is free.

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Organized by

City of Surrey Historic Stewart Farm

The City of Surrey Heritage Services Department runs various parts of Heritage within the City of Surrey including Heritage Collections, Surrey Archives, Re-enactors, and Historic Stewart Farm. The mandate of our division is to share the diverse history of the Municipality of Surrey with our community. Our vision is to create a better community that reflects on the past. Recently as part of our shift towards online programming these institutions have begun to focus on digital and remote programming, instead of in person interpretation. This program is loosely based off of our regular teas held in the Historic Stewart Farmhouse.

This event is part of a hub:

City of Surrey Culture Division

City of Surrey Surrey, BC

Six sections in the City of Surrey Culture division are participating in this year's Culture Days event. Surrey Civic Theatres, The Surrey Art Gallery, The Historic Stewart Farm, The Museum of Surrey, The Surrey Archives, and Special Event...



Surrey, BC

Event Contact

Jerrilin Spence




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