You know who has been busy doing stuff? Slow Food South Jersey Shore, that’s who.
Don’t let the ‘slow’ in their name fool you; they have been buzzing around with activity. Sustainable dinners. Cooking demonstrations and discussions. And now, a whole day of events.
On Wednesday, it will be a Food Day full of events from 12PM to 7PM in Cape May Court House. And now, I’m going to step aside and let them tell you the whole schedule:
12PM Jersey Fresh Lunch – Prepared by The Depot Market – $9.00 – Advance Reservations Required
12:45PM “It’s Time to Eat Real” – Marilou Rochford, CEDH Rutgers Cooperative Extension Family & Community Health Sciences Educator
1:15PM “Dehydrate Food and More” – Gail Fisher, Demonstration and Samples
2:00PM “Eating Seasonally” – Jenny Carleo, Agricultural Agent, Rutgers Cooperative Extension
2:45PM “Beneficial Insects for Your Home Garden” – Peter Bosak, PhD
3:30PM “Gardening for Little Ones” – Cloverbuds, 4-H Youth Development
4:15PM “Vine and Dine” – Wine and Food Pairing – Natali Vineyards
5:30PM “Menus and Memories From Punjab: Meals to Nourish Body and Soul” $5.00 Advance Reservations
Author Veronica Sidhu will prepare dishes from her book and give us a taste of one of the great cuisines of the world. ‘Rani’ will tell us of her culinary adventures in India and the health benefits of the spices used. Attendees will have the opportunity to purchase copies of Rani’s books at a discount.
Meet Your Farmers: Local members of the farming community will be available for discussion and questions
Jalma’s Farms: Beach Plum Grower and produce of beach plum and aronia berry jams, beach plum syrup and vinegar
Jersey Cape Chapter of the NJ Beekeepers Association: Michael McGurk, Live Bee Cage and Delicious Honey
Cape May County Beach Plum Association: Joe Alvarez
Cape May County Board of Agriculture: Dave Van Vorst
Clay-Oven Baked Bread: Elizabeth Degener, Local Food Artizan, Bread making with samples
Cheese Making for Beginners: Marguerite Chandler, Slow Food South Jersey Shore
Bliss Ice Cream: Locally produced organic ice cream
Beach Plum Farm: Locally grown produce
Conover Farms: Selling fresh homade pies from their farm grown fruit
Natali Vineyards: Local wine makers displaying the wine making process
Atlantic Cape Fisheries: Brian Harman, locally harvested oysters
No Frills Farm: Charles Taylor, Display of locally grown herbs
Lehners Farm: Jay Heim, Pumpkins for Sale
Curves Fitness Center for Women: Healthy eating and fitness
Seed Starting 101: Jen Sawyer, Master Gardener Rutgers Cooperative Ext. Hands on instruction on growing plants. $7.00 for class & materials.
Yeah, I know – it’s a lot of stuff! Sounds like a good time.
For more information, and to register for certain events, please call 609.465.5115.