NORTHEAST GEORGIA TEACHING KITCHEN
Address: 46 Plaza Way, Clayton, GA, 30525
UPCOMING CLASSES & EVENTS
Thursday, August 10: Tower to Table Gardening- Get started now on the gardens of the future!
Vertical gardening is an easy and fun way to garden at home or in the office with little space and maintenance. The vertical garden towers work with an aeroponic system using 90% less space and water and a 30% increase in growing time. Reap the benefits of "Tower-to-Table" organic fruits and vegetables all year long. Come learn how to grow and be healthy with Dr Sue Aery and Deborah Berlin at this great information session. We will also unveil a brand new vertical tower garden that they have generously donated to our teaching kitchen. Farm fresh snacks and refreshments will be provided.
Cost: FREE - RSVP REQUIRED Click here
Saturday, August 12: Fresh Fries! for Kids
Learn to make healthy French fries and dipping sauces with Janet Fleming of Lucky Star Farm. This FREE cooking class is open to kids of all ages. To RSVP please contact Megan Connolly at 706-782-0780 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Saturday, August 19: Eclipsefest 2017 Brunch Pop-Up!
Join us at the Clayton Farmers Market on Saturday morning for a special farm-to-table BRUNCH POP-UP featuring local eggs and bacon, fresh veggies and fruit, and homemade biscuits by Pastry Chef, Crystal Leach. Purchase your tickets NOW to reserve your plate!
Time: 9:00am - until we sell out!
Cost: Adults $12 / Kids 12 and under $6
Saturday, September 9: Pressure Canning: Tomatoes
Heirloom. Organic. On-the-Vine. Roma. Big Boy. Beefsteak. Red. Green. Yellow.
It’s peak tomato season and so many local options! They’re all around us right now, but these juicy, sweet, sour, and savory fruits will be gone before we know it. However, they don’t have to. Little compares to opening a fresh summer jar of tomatoes in the dead of winter. Reminds us of what was and what’s to come the following season. In “Pressure Canning Tomatoes,” students will learn the 2nd most popular method of canning to hot water bath, which is pressure canning. Students will also take home recipes and a jar of each finished product, featuring locally grown produce.
Tuesday, September 12: Herbal Liqueurs at Home
Turn the bounty of summer herbs and fruits into exotic liqueurs that will warm you all winter, and make great gifts! We'll walk you through the easy steps for making aromatic liqueurs using the summer sun. Take home a started batch along with an array of traditional recipes from world cuisines known for their liqueurs.
Teaching Kitchen Policies
Classes are first-come, first-served and often fill up quickly. To register, please submit your payment online here or in person by appointment to secure your place. The non-refundable class tuition fee is required at the time of registration.
To make an appointment to pay in person contact Cara-Lee Langston at 706-782-0780
Cancellation Policy: Cancellation is accepted no later than 48 hours prior to the scheduled class. No cash refunds will be given. A one-time class credit will be issued, based upon schedule availability.
Low Enrollment Policy: Programs may be subject to cancellation due to low enrollment. Participants will be notified the week of the class or event and refunds will be issued.
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