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Farm Table Foundation

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110 Keller Ave. N.
Amery, WI 54001 United States
715.268.4500 www.farmtablefoundation.org

September 2021

Soft Pretzels and Homemade Mustard–Make Your Own!

September 30 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Farm Table Foundation, 110 Keller Ave. N.
Amery, WI 54001 United States
$35

SOFT PRETZELS & HOMEMADE MUSTARD--Make Your Own! It's Oktoberfest--the perfect time to make your own (shape your own!) PRETZELS! Dipped and baked, warm out of the oven, pretzels are absolutely the best. Terry Kelzer will demonstrate how to make these delicious homemade snacks—how to make and shape the dough and how to dip the pretzels in a simmering water bath before baking to a beautiful shiny brown. Don't forget the MUSTARD and Obatzda! Terry will also demonstrate a homemade mustard and Obatzda…

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October 2021

Lunch & Learn: Homemade Ravioli with Spiced Chevon

October 15 @ 11:30 am - 1:00 pm
Farm Table Foundation, 110 Keller Ave. N.
Amery, WI 54001 United States
$30

Lunch & Learn: Homemade Ravioli with Spiced Chevon Lunch and Learn with Terry Kelzer is back! We’ve missed it, missed you, missed learning from Terry as she cooks and regales us with stories…so join us for the return of Lunch and Learn! Terry will honor the month of “Goatober,” when we highlight the deliciousness of all things goat! We’ll learn how to make ravioli—stuffed with tender braised spiced chevon (goat meat) along with chopped spinach and ricotta cheese (ravioli stuffed with just spinach and cheese for…

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Tamale Pie, Indian Curries, & Dessert—All Cooked in Clay!

October 19 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Farm Table Foundation, 110 Keller Ave. N.
Amery, WI 54001 United States
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$35
Clay Cookware

Learn how to use clay pots for cooking vegetables, beans, meats, and desserts, and for baking crusty artisan loaves! Tamale Pie, Indian Curries, & Dessert—All Cooked in Clay!: Virtually every culture has a clay-pot cooking tradition. Clay is used throughout the world because its cooking qualities cannot be replicated with metal cookware. Clay cookware heats up more slowly and more evenly than metal, and it holds and distributes heat more diffusely. It's ideal for simmered soups & curries, for braises or tender…

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Sausage Making (and Tasting!)

October 28 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Farm Table Foundation, 110 Keller Ave. N.
Amery, WI 54001 United States
$40

Whether you’ve a freezer full of venison (or hope to soon!), won a recent meat raffle, or just want to learn how to make DELICIOUS sausage, this class is for you! Taught by two of our area’s best: Louie and Louis Muench of Louie’s Finer Meats in Cumberland, WI, you’ll learn how to make your own sausage at home. Meat preparation & selection, spices, grinding, mixing, stuffing, and food safety will be touched upon in this class. Learn, have your questions answered—and TASTE some of…

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ARTIST RECEPTION: Patricia Duncan’s “Our Sacred Earth”

October 29 @ 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
Farm Table Foundation, 110 Keller Ave. N.
Amery, WI 54001 United States
FREE

Patricia Duncan is a local treasure; her work has gained recognition across the country in juried shows, exhibits, and plein air events. Most recently, Patricia has been painting en plein air on many of the farms from which Farm Table purchases produce and proteins! So, we are very excited to unveil her new paintings of area farms and landscapes, along with other scenes she has painted over the years. Area farms she has, or will soon be, painted include: Turnip Rock Farm and Cosmic Wheel…

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