Product DescriptionShare the best of Williamsburg plus a tasty surprise. Featuring the work of folk artist Karen Cruden, this card highlights the deep red Peyton Randolph House, one of the oldest, most historic, and without doubt, most beautiful of Colonial Williamsburg's original 18th-century homes. Among the historic figures that took shelter in the house were General Rochambeau and the Marquis de Lafayette. The recipe for Thomas Jefferson's Famous Bread Pudding, from the Foundation's taverns, restaurants, or Historic Foodways program, is printed on a perforated card that can be easily detached and added to a recipe box or book. Versatile blank card with coordinating envelope can be used for any occasion.
Features5" x 7"Greeting card with perforated 4"x6" recipe card
Features Historic Area scene
Image by folk artist Karen Cruden
Full color blank card with coordinating envelope
Recipe for Thomas Jefferson's Famous Bread Pudding