Featured Event

You are what you eat: Storytelling Through Food

Tuesday, February 23, 6:30 PM

(first class)

Three experts; three unique food and family backgrounds. Join one class or all five to learn new recipes and reflect on your own food story and culture.

Our Mission

Farm Table Foundation grows local food culture through education, research, and training. 

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UPCOMING CLASSES

Khao Soi: Thai Comfort Food

March 4, 6:30 PM

$15-$25 via Zoom

Learn how to make all the elements of the delicious one-dish meal, Khao Soi, with Farm Table’s chef, Sarah Mittelstadt!

Jerky

Jerky Making

March 16, 6:30 PM  

$15-$25, via Zoom

Learn how to make your own jerky at home with the experts at Louie’s Finer Meats!

Dinner Pie

Foods to Warm Your Winter: Dinner Pies

March 11, 6 PM

$15-$25, via Zoom

Three specialties from the British Isles: Cheddar, Leek, and Potato Pie; Melton Mowbray Style Pork Pie; and a Guinness and Beef Pie.

COMMUNITY

Building Community—treating all with respect and compassion, remembering we all share this place, and knowing that community includes the land, air, water, and creatures with whom we share our home

Craft

Teaching Craft—focusing particularly on local foods and the craft of growing, preparing, preserving, and serving delicious food from healthy ingredients.

CONSERVATION

Supporting Conservation—restoring the land through agriculture that builds healthy soil, protects water and wetlands, and supports habitat for a diversity of life.

Culture

Growing Local Food Culture—connecting the heritage of our grandparents with today’s best agricultural practices and traditional foodways to grow our community’s support of a local food economy.

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