Mill Street Bar and Table Executive Chef and Managing Partner Geoff Lazlo will demonstrate techniques for using your grill in a more versatile manner so you can prepare an entire meal on the grill. The demonstration includes cooking meat, fish, vegetables and pizza on the grill while enjoying samples and drinks.
The Westport Farmers’ Market (WFM), a thriving local hub for seasonal food, wants you to fall in love with your kitchen again. Twenty top area chefs and restaurants have signed up to provide free culinary instruction each week from 10:15 to 11:00 a.m. so you can learn to create delicious meals and snacks at home using fresh ingredients from the market.
The Northeast Organic Farming Association of Connecticut (CT NOFA) and Fairfield County Farm Bureau (FCFB) are pleased to invite the public on May 5, from 6- 8 pm, to attend a farm tour at The Hickories in Ridgefield led by farmer Dina Brewster, followed by a reception and presentation about the role of carbon in soil health and climate change by CT NOFA Executive Director, Jeff Cordulack.
“The Farm-Art Festival – Inspired By Nature” is a celebration of local artists, small farms, artisan food producers and the Clay & Wattles Theater Company – all inspired by nature and contributing to our area’s vibrant cultural life.
It will take place on Saturday, May 28th, from 11 to 5 p.m. at the Gary The Olivia Theater – 249 Flanders Road, Bethlehem, on the lush, beautiful grounds of the Abbey of Regina Laudis.
The public is invited to join the Northeast Organic Farming Association of CT (CT NOFA) for a day of learning about organic gardening, land care, homesteading/farming and DIY foods including kombucha, ginger beer, wine, and fermented vegetables.
Farming is difficult, and often, thankless work. But if this is something you feel passionate about, where do you begin? In past generations, you simply followed what your parents or grandparents did. But, according to the USDA, farmers are a dying a breed with the average age around 58 years old, up 1.2 years since 2007. The face of the farm industry is aging rapidly and few are replacing them. That’s where programs like CT NOFA’s Whole Farm Planning Certificate Course come in.