“What Do I Do With All These Veggies?” Workshop: Sign up now!

We all want to eat more vegetables, but it seems easier to rip open a bag of chips than to make kale chips — unless you’ve taken the “What Do I Do With All These Veggies?” Workshop at Worden Farm.

Saturday, December 16, 2017. 2:00 – 4:00 PM

This workshop is perfect for Worden Farm members or farmers market customers who want fresh ideas for expanding their veggie repertoire. Learn preparation techniques and recipes for using the diverse assortment of veggies that Worden Farm customers and members enjoy. Discover how to easily integrate more veggies into your diet.

Workshop content includes proper storing, handling, and washing, as well as cooking techniques such as steaming, braising, roasting, and juicing for leafy greens, root crops, tomatoes, and herbs. Lots of delicious food samples at this workshop!

Reservations required.
$25 for Worden Farm members and $40 for non-members.

Workshop Presenter:
Cindi Florit has enjoyed the privilege of eating great, fresh vegetables at all points in her life. She grew up in the Ohio country on part of her grandfather’s farm as the third of seven children and worked in the family’s one-acre garden, caring for and enjoying the fruits of a big family garden. She is passionate about fresh food, local farmers, and sharing as well as receiving new recipes and age-old knowledge about our foods and food sources. Cindi has been a member of Worden Farm for over 10 years.

Don’t let your lettuce wilt or your eggplants wither away in the bottom of the produce drawer. Join us for this fun tasting and learning event in the barn at Worden Farm.

Sign up now!

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