How to Dye Eggs with Red Cabbage
While we don’t know many details, we know that the Reynolds family celebrated Easter. In 1911, the two oldest Reynolds children (then ages 5 and 2) “hosted” an Easter egg hunt at their home in downtown Winston-Salem. Children looked for eggs in the family conservatory (like a greenhouse) among the plants. The Reynolds used decorations of miniature rabbits and chicks, a theme we still find in Eastern decorations today!
For additional recipes for naturally dyed Easter eggs, see Sara Kate Gillingham’s recipes here.
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From the 1910s to the late 1950s, the segregated community of Five Row was home to Reynolda’s African American farm workers and their families.
A new type of Southern woman, Katharine Reynolds combined the traditional role of wife and mother with progressive practices on healthy living, education, and agricultural reform.