THREE FARM TOUR 2018 – TICKETS NOW ON SALE!
Our most popular twice-annual event will be held this fall on Sunday, Oct 14:
- visit Windmill Farm in Williston, SC, for soup and salad;
- meet the folks at Seeds Cafe, Farm and Market, also in Williston, SC, to share an entree created by owner/chef LaRahna;
- finish up the evening at Herb N Berries in Montmorenci, SC, with a blueberry-inspired dessert by Chef Charleen.
You provide your own transportation and a folding chair. We provide the rest. Tickets on sale ($25/each) via this website. What a great way to meet local farmers and chefs!!
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AUGUSTA LOCALLY GROWN IS EXCITED TO PROMOTE … SUMMER WORKSHOPS AT WHITE HILLS FARM!
White Hills Farm and Chef Charleen Tinley team up to put the elegance back into summer foods with these lavender farm workshops.
Farm tours start at 10:30am
Workshops start at 11:00am
Cost is $10 each ($15 for the the meat brining)
Save these dates!
FRIDAY, JUNE 29 – EXCITING SUMMER SALAD & HOMEMADE SALAD DRESSINGS … Tired of plain ol’ salads with bottled dressings? It’s time to toss the arugula and splash the vinaigrette! We’ll create a “loaded” main-dish salad as well as delicious dressings with herbs, vinegars and oils.
FRIDAY, JULY 13 – SWEET AND SAVORY COBBLERS … Okay peaches, move over. There’s a new cobbler in town. Tomato Herb Cobbler and Bacon Crust. But we still love sweet fruit cobblers too!
FRIDAY, AUGUST 8 – WET AND DRY BRINING FOR MEAT, FISH AND POULTRY … Crazy simple brine recipes and techniques guarantee a flavor explosion! Plus, an awesome salt and sugar-brined salmon with dill. Gravlax is so easy and delicious!
FRIDAY, AUGUST 24 – QUICK AND EASY PICKLED VEGGIES … Enjoy the wonderful bounty of summer picked with flavorful vinaigrettes, herbs and spices. Our pickles are find in the fridge, so no scary time boiling jars and hoping for a seal.
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For more information about local food educational programs, visit www.augustalocallygrown.org.