10am - 10:30am Tiny Batch Jam with Marisa McClellan of Food in Jars
Marisa will be talking about seasonal food preservation and demonstrating the speed and ease with which we all. can. jam.
ABOUT MARISA - Marisa McClellan is a full-time writer, teacher, and blogger at Food in Jars. She is the author of Food in Jars: Preserving in Small Batches Year-Round (Running Press 2012). Her writing appears regularly on The Food Network, Saveur’s website, Table Matters, and in Food 52′sSmall Batch series. Born in Los Angeles and raised in Portland, Oregon, she now lives in Philadelphia with her husband, Scott.
10:30am - 11am All About Sunchokes with Wendy Brister of Harvey's Gardens
Wendy will tell us everything there is to know about the fabulous, wonderful, often elusive and oh! so yummy Sunchoke, aka Jerusalem Artichoke. If you've ever wanted to grow them, here's your chance to learn from the pro!
ABOUT WENDY - Wendy is the manager of Harvey's Gardens, a perennial plant nursery in York County, PA. Their main focus is growing native plants and their cultivars, however due to our plant geekiness (they just can't limit themselves), they will also be growing other good stuff as it comes along.
11am - 11:30am Fresh Cheese and Cultured Cream with Chef Nick Furrow
ABOUT NICK-It was Nick's four years living in Italy that cultivated his love for cooking and taught him how to prepare authentic Italian dishes. Currently Lancaster benefits from Nick's experiences as he marries our world-class, local ingredients with his finely honed techniques hosting Pop-up Dinners and Seminars around town.
11:30am-noon Cooking with Dark, Leafy Greens with Betsey Sterenfeld of Essen
We know we need to eat them everyday so why not enjoy every, single bite?! Betsey shares her secrets for including greens into her daily meals as well as getting her kids to actually enjoy them too. Pssst, there's a good chance this dish will also feature Chef Nick's homemade ricotta in a starring role.
ABOUT BETSEY-With almost a decade of creating and teaching hands-on and demonstration cooking experiences throughout the East coast, Betsey is known for her ability to connect with home cooks on their level, teaching students how to get simply prepared, contemporary fresh food on the table. To this end, Betsey teaches adults, teens, kids and families how to cook, and how to cook together, while having fun.
23 N Market St
Lancaster, PA 17603
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Betsey Sterenfeld · · 717-391-8270