Everyone loves brunch! Join Appleton Cooks! for this hands-on culinary class to sharpen up your kitchen skills and fill your recipe book with seasonal and delicious recipes from professional chef-instructor Carolyn Grieco.
This workshop is all about keeping it simple in the kitchen! No lengthy recipes or special shopping list needed… we’ll prepare delicious, creative dishes using only a handful of seasonal ingredients and culinary techniques for simple success in your home kitchen. These recipes are sure to please all, whether weeknight suppers for the family or company dinners, and our menu may include dishes such as Escarole & Dropped Egg Soup with Parmesan, Maple & Mustard Crusted Chicken, Shell Pasta with Spicy Red Clam Sauce, and Sheet Pan Veggie Roasts. Class includes hands-on cooking, chef instruction, printed recipes, and a wonderful meal at the end of the evening.
Tap into your childhood and celebrate the season with this very special adult Gingerbread House workshop!! We’ll cover all things gingerbread from making and baking the gingerbread pieces, to learning how to easily assemble houses that won’t crumble! From there, it’s all about creative fun decorating your very own gingerbread house to display & eat throughout the holidays! Class includes hands-on assembly and decorating, instruction, printed recipes, and take-home gingerbread house. Byob beer & wine allowed.
This special culinary workshop celebrates the bounty of the farm harvest with inspirational dishes perfect for your Thanksgiving table and beyond! We’ll celebrate seasonal crops as we prepare delicious rustic dishes…..many of which can be made ahead to keep it stress-fresh for the big day. Our menu may include recipes such as Roasted Sugar Pumpkin Soup, Country Sausage Stuffing with Apples & Herbs, Spaghetti Squash Gratin, Maple & Bacon Roasted Brussels, and scrumptious Cranberry-Pear Fruit Strudels. Class includes hands-on cooking with chef instruction, printed recipes, and a wonderful harvest meal at the end of the evening. Byob beer & wine allowed.
Its pie time and we have you covered for the Thanksgiving holiday! Come to the farm kitchen to learn all the basics for making delicious country-style pies including techniques on tender pie crust, rolling & assembly, and proper baking.…..all while keeping it fun, simple, and stress-free. Class includes individual hands-on preparation of 9” deep dish Caramel Apple Pies using farm-fresh apples, with each participant taking home their very own unbaked pie to pop in the freezer and bake fresh for their holiday table! Additional pie recipes will be included in the recipe book, and class will enjoy coffee & pie at the end of the workshop
Join us to gather these sweet and tart beach plums at Crane Beach. We’ll then head up to the Great House kitchen to make beach plum jam. All materials will be provided and participants are welcome to take their hard work home! Adults only. Pre-registration required.
The North Andover Farmers' Market brings local produce and foods to the heart of North Andover every Sunday! The market will take place in the center of town at the intersection of First Street and Main Street. This market is organized through the cooperative efforts of local residents, business owners, and town officials. These volunteers, working within the North Andover Merchants Association, are committed to offering consumers an opportunity to have access to quality, locally grown produce and goods, right in the center of downtown North Andover
The fourth annual Grow Spring! Expo, a celebration of local agriculture, horticulture, and environmental preservation, returns to Topsfield on March 18, 10 AM - 3 PM. Held at the Emerson Center, the Gould Barn, and The Commons, this year’s event is sponsored by the Topsfield Garden Club, the Topsfield Historical Society, The Commons, The Congregational Church of Topsfield and the Essex Agricultural Society.
March is the time for sugaring in New England. Appleton keeps this very special tradition alive by tapping the farms’ beautiful maple trees and producing wood-fired, small-batch syrup. The first part of the workshop will include a leisurely walk around the farmstead to show how sap is harvested and collected. The tour will wrap up at our sugar shack so you can see (and smell!) the transformation of sap to syrup. You’ll gather in the farm kitchen for the second part of the workshop, where chef Carolyn Grieco will teach how to make some of the most delectable maple syrup recipes. Workshop ends with a generous sampling of all our delicious maple dishes!
This ‘back-to-basics’ series provides a comprehensive approach to the fundamentals of cooking as we explore traditional culinary methods & techniques to enhance your knowledge, skill, and understanding in the kitchen. Each workshop will focus in-depth on a particular skill set, with guided hands-on practice as we prepare seasonal dishes applying specific techniques. Proper knife skills, measuring, and kitchen tools will also be discussed, and all workshops include chef instruction, printed recipes, and a light lunch in the farmhouse!
Thursday, March 22
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