Cooking classes at the farm, taught by local chefs, are a fun and educational way to spend time with friends and make new ones.  Our hands-on classes are usually limited to ten people and (except for the canning classes) include a full dinner.  Prices vary.

Michelle Paulson

     We offer classes for children too, aged 5 to 12, with Emily Florentino. These are from 2 to 4 pm Wednesdays or Saturdays and 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 the enthusiasm to cook at home. Food allergies are cheerfully accommodated with advance notice.  Limit: 10 kids; $48 each.

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

The New Vegetarian Table: Thanksgiving

    Emily Florentino teaches delicious alternatives to The Bird in this fun, hands-on class, which includes a full meal and printed recipes to take home.


• Winter squash soup with warm spices, pear, and adzuki beans, topped with caramelized shiitake mushrooms
• Sweet potato and rosemary drop biscuits
• Shredded Brussels sprout and kale salad with cranberries, kumquats, and mustard maple dressing
• Baked turnip gratin with walnut sage cream
• Roasted red chard
• Savory stuffed mini winter squashes for the holiday table
• Apple hand pies with cardamom vanilla ice cream

• Toasty cozy drink – tbd
• Bonus leftovers recipe – chickpea pot pie

Ten people max.  BYOB welcome. Food allergies cheerfully accommodated with advance notice.