Winchester Historic Buildings, The Daniel Morgan Home

Winchester Historic Buildings, The Daniel Morgan Home To date, of all of the Historic Buildings and Historic Homes that we’ve been featuring each week at the Taste Winchester History Blog, this is our favorite so far.  And a recurring theme during our tours for...

Weird Food Wednesday – Shirako

Weird Food Wednesday – Shirako:  Another fancy name for an animal’s reproductive organs, Shirako is essentially a cod’s sperm sac. The literal interpretation of Shirako is “White Children.”  Apparently soft and creamy to taste you can have it served...

Winchester Food Tour at Crush Wine Bar

It’s Tasting Tuesday at Taste Winchester History and, as you should now know, that means we’re stopping into some local establishment to taste something, to talk food and beverages and events and whatever else happens to cross our minds!  This week we...

Winchester Historic Buildings, The Long House

Winchester Historic Buildings, The Long House The Long House stands on what was known back in “the olden days” as Lot 3 to the James Wood Addition to the Town of Winchester in 1758.  The lot of property was approximately 107 feet along Washington Street...

Winchester Food Tours Videos Tastings Interviews

We are excited and thankful about our growth and our efforts to bring more attention about the great history, wonderful people, excellent restaurants and shops and the people who run them — in and around Winchester, Virginia!  When we kicked things off in...

Weird Food Wednesday – Balut

Weird Food Wednesday – Balut:  A developing duck embryo that’s boiled alive in its shell. As well as sounding incredibly harsh, it looks decidedly unappetizing. Still, it’s a common Filipino street food and is usually served with beers, though not ever on a...