Martha Stewart Living (November 2015)
When Zach was a kid, he spent several summers with family in Virginia. One highlight was always a visit to Colonial Williamsburg. (We're all on the same page about the fact that Zach was a huge nerd as a kid, right? Good.)
Colonial Willamsburg, for anyone who might not know, is a full-scale working village that recreates the town of Williamsburg during the century in the run-up to the American Revolution. Today it bills itself as "America's largest outdoor history museum."
As a kid, Zach's favorite things about Williamsburg included the tri-corner hats, the stockades and the shoe cobbler's workshop.
And one other thing: the peanut soup.