Join the Natchez Literary and Cinema Celebration for Brunch at Gloucester, the 1803 home of the First Territorial Governor of Mississippi, Winthrop Sargent. Food Historian, Dr. Leni Sorensen will present, “Keeping a Fine Table in the Federal Era: from the Urban East to the Mississippi Territory,” from the most intact Summer Kitchen in the Deep South according to Mimi Miller, Executive Director Emeritus of the Historic Natchez Foundation. Guests will enjoy a scrumptious meal from the Natchez Heritage School of Cooking featuring Tavern Biscuits from America's first published cookbook, The Virginia Housewife by Mary Randolph. Dr. Sorensen who earned her PhD from The College of William and Mary has presented historic food demonstrations at the homes of many of America's founding fathers including Mount Vernon, Monticello, and Gunston Hall. She will sign books at the event.