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.
Millstone Farm in Wilton is the first farming business in Connecticut to earn the Animal Welfare Approved (AWA) Certified Grassfed accreditation. This is the only certification and logo in the U.S. and Canada that guarantees food products come from animals fed a 100% grass and forage diet, raised outdoors on pasture or range for their entire lives, and managed according to the highest welfare and environmental standards on an independent family farm.
Nutty Bunny’s texture is smooth but dense, a little like marrying pudding and natural peanut butter. In fact, it’s the combination of finely ground cashews and coconut oil, her “ice cream” base, that creates the firm texture that signals you’re eating something more closely approximating a meal than a dessert.
If you love learning new and exciting ways to cook and present favorite foods, consider a salt block cooking class at Harbor Harvest in Norwalk.
Salt blocks are beautiful and versatile cooking canvases that come in a variety of shapes and sizes. Perhaps you have one at home that you’re wondering how to use?
Harbor Harvest is a homegrown retail venture in local-sustainable food conceived by Robert Kunkel and partner Ernest Marsan that’s about to disrupt the retail food market. The duo’s first location has taken root in the East Norwalk neighborhood where Marsan’s family has a longstanding history of serving and supporting the community at Partner’s Café & Pizzeria.
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.
Fairfield resident Marissa Latshaw wants you to ladle up soup love. After working in marketing and business strategy for fifteen years, she left her job in March and quickly came up with the idea of launching her wholesome, gourmet soup company, All Souped Up. “I love soup and always put it on the menu when I entertain. Everybody loves soup.”