Cooking Classes for Adults

Our hands-on cooking classes are geared to cooks of all levels who want to learn some new techniques or styles of cuisine and who want to have a fun evening out and a delicious dinner. Limit: 12 people.

     Cooking Classes for Children, aged 5 to 12, with Emily Florentino. These are sensationally fun and popular.  Typically we identify possible dates (Wednesdays or Saturdays from 2 to 4 pm); once we have 5 kids interested we actually list it and set up on-line payment.  Classes feature a farm activity (collecting eggs or visiting chicks, say), a craft, instruction in making at least 2 foods (e.g. chocolate beet brownies, kale chips, pumpkin raviolis), and a game.  Kids take home the craft creation, food, recipes and often eagerness to cook at home. Food allergies are cheerfully accommodated with advance notice.  Limit: 10 kids; $48 each.

Want to arrange a private cooking class for adults or children?  E-mail us!

 

Italian Comfort Food with a Splash of Fancy French

 This event is closed.     

 Join Jesse Kramer for this hands-on class to create the following menu:

  • Bruschetta with Beets, Ricotta and Mint
  • Roasted Asparagus with Parmigiano Reggiano, Lemon Vinaigrette and a perfect poached Egg
  • Ricotta Gnocchi with Lamb Bolognese
  • Pot de creme (AKA Death by Chocolate)

The class includes instruction, printed recipes and a full shared dinner.  Ten people max.  BYO welcome.

 

Pastry Crusts 101 with Lesley Moore

     In this class we will learn how to make a perfectly versatile pie and tart crust. Each student will make a sweet and a savory pie. Discover what makes a wonderful crust and why crusts sometimes fail. Learn a few decorating tips and ideas that will wow your family and guests. Take home a mini pie and a mini quiche from class, along with a little extra dough to experiment with at home.  

This class is limited to 10 people and includes dinner –savory and sweet delicacies in pastry — plus a salad.  BYO welcome.

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Bread Basics with Lesley Moore

   Calling all beginner and amateur bread bakers! Come learn or hone your bread making skills. Using one double rising dough recipe, together, we will build on a few fundamentals and make a delicious loaf, cinnamon rolls, and garlic knots. Discover your inner bread artisan and turn your dough into pizza crust or naan bread. Learn about proofing and bread science — the reasons behind why bread works. Go home with a delicious loaf and enjoy a sampling of creations while you are here.  Class limited to 10 people.

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Forage and Feast

Ethnobotanist Hayden Stebbins returns to lead us through the farm’s fields and woodland edges to gather ingredients for a grand feast.  He can identify all plant-life — edible, medicinal, poisonous or none-of-the-above — so plan to learn a lot, eat well and have a blast.  16 people max.   BYOB welcome.  See more about Hayden at http://www.haydensharvest.com/

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