Farm Table Foundation grows local food culture through education, research, and training.
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Featured Classes & events
Farm Table's YouTube Channel
What piques your interest these days? We’ve a great collection of classes uploaded, all connected to our mission to build local food culture and taught by Farm Table favorites like Terry Kelzer. Sour dough; sausage and jerky making; backyard poultry; gardening; bagels; herbal tinctures; soul food; Thai cooking! You’ll find all these and much more.
Cocktails & Appetizers
November 12, 5:30 PM | $50
Farm Table Foundation
Get ready for holiday festivities with Farm Table’s Head Chef, Sarah, and Jackie from 45th Parallel Distillery. Jackie will teach you step-by-step how to make Hot Buttered Bourbon and a Winter Rose. You’ll get to sample both of these crowd pleasers and then choose one to make for yourself! Then Chef Sarah will demonstrate—and you’ll get to sample!—two delicious holiday appetizers sure to impress your friends and family.
Don't Be Shy,
You Can Make Pie!
November 13, 10:00 AM | $45
Farm Table Foundation
Join Farm Table favorite Terry Kelzer for holiday pie making. Make your own buttery batch of pie crust—with Terry’s guidance of course—which you can take home and fill with your favorite pie filling. Then, Terry will demonstrate her three best recipes for a perfect apple pie, a from-scratch pumpkin pie, and her favorite (Thomas Jefferson’s own) recipe for pecan pie. You’ll enjoy tastes of all three!
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
Teaching Craft—focusing particularly on local foods and the craft of growing, preparing, preserving, and serving delicious food from healthy ingredients.
Supporting Conservation—restoring the land through agriculture that builds healthy soil, protects water and wetlands, and supports habitat for a diversity of life.
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.