Kitchen Culture Workshop Series

posted September 24, 2009

A series of workshops sponsored by the Regional Farm & Food Project P1020501

We are very pleased to be able to invite you to our Fall 2009 Kitchen Culture Workshop Series. The goal is to put culture backing the kitchen where it belongs! While giving consumers the homestead skills they need to become producers, creating greater food security in every pantry, and to just have some plain old fun together making good, clean and fair food.

You can find the entire schedule with locations at: http://www.eventbrite.com/org/300403205. If you sign up for the RSS feed you will automatically be apprised of any changes or additions made to the series, http://www.eventbrite.com/rss/user_list_events/2128499928.

These workshops are deliberately designed to be low tech and home-scale and emphasize hands-on-learning so that you can easily incorporate these kitchen arts into your daily or weekly routines. All food demonstrations will send you home with lots of information and samples, when possible. Please peruse the entire schedule – you may want to take more than one!

Annual RFFP membership is $50 and will discount all upcoming events and classes. Discounts are offered for farmers, students and seniors, please use the info email to inquire, please put “Kitchen Culture/Chicken Love” (example) in the subject line. We are trying to keep these events as affordable as possible without compromising our teaching staff or materials. Classes are intentionally small and they will be filled on a first come, first served basis. Any questions, please contact info@farmandfood.org. We would like everyone to be able to take these workshops, so if you have special circumstances, please contact me. Also, we haven’t used this service before, if there are any problems contact me atgianni@gianniortiz.com.

Let’s have some fun!

We are delighted (and hope you will be too) with the caliber of teachers that will be leading the workshops.