Published: October 19, 2009
Maney Hall will be the site of the preview party and tasting of the new Oaklands Historic House Museum cookbook, Dining With Oaklands.
Oaklands Association will celebrate its 50th anniversary with the release of its newest cookbook, Dining With Oaklands. Oaklands Mansion is such a special part of Murfreesboro, and this new cookbook is sure to become a treasured keepsake.
Over 700 recipes have been included for your cooking pleasure… submitted and compiled by families and friends who love Oaklands and cherish the preservation of this historical landmark. Recipes by founding members and mansion photos have been included to capture the beauty and attention to detail of the restorative efforts of the mansion. This is the second cookbook compiled by the association and it will be available for purchase soon.
Join Oaklands Association on Thursday, Oct. 29, 2009, from 4-7 p.m. in Maney Hall at Oaklands Historic House Museum for a Preview Party and Tasting to sample recipes from the new cookbook and purchase copies in time for the holidays! It promises to be a fun-filled evening where celebration abounds with memories of years past; good wine; and samplings of recipe favorites to warm your heart. The public is invited to attend to preview the new cookbook and enjoy the tasting!
Dining with Oaklands cookbook is available for purchase during this event in Maney Hal. Additional copies will be available in the Oaklands Historic House Museum Gift Shop for purchase at anytime. For additional information, please contact Oaklands at 615-893-0022 or email@example.com.
Oaklands was originally built around 1818 on the property of Dr. James Maney and his wife, Sallie Hardy Murfree. Sallie inherited the property from her father, Lt. Col. Hardy Murfree, for whom Murfreesboro is named. As the Maney family prospered, the original two-room, brick house was expanded and transformed to the spacious Italianate mansion of a 1500-acre plantation and one of the most elegant homes in Middle Tennessee. Oaklands Historic House Museum, located at 900 North Maney Avenue in Murfreesboro, Tennessee is a nationally registered historic landmark that reflects a time of prosperity in the Old South, as well as the hardships suffered during the Civil War.