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Farmer and Grower Series: Session 3 Foraging
Tama Matsuoka Wong is a forager, weed eater, meadow doctor , lawyer and mother of three. For longtime readers of Serious Eats, Tama Matsuoka Wong may need little introduction. Her 2013–2014 Foraged Flavor column offered up sage advice on how to forage and use, among other things, wild sumac, pine, and juniper berries, and her book of the same name—which she cowrote with Eddy Leroux, the chef de cuisine at Daniel Boulud’s flagship restaurant Daniel—was nominated for a James Beard Award in 2013. Wong still serves as the forager for Daniel and supplies other restaurants in New York City, including Agern, Gramercy Tavern, and Dirt Candy, as well as some retail outlets, like FreshDirect and Eataly.
We will hunt for the following nutritious, non-native weeds in the old farm fields. We will learn foraging harvest methods and the some of the best ways to prepare them deliciously.
Bags supplied. Please bring your own clippers.
Loving and Cooking with your CSA: Jeff’s Organics
Jeff and Karley are a hardworking husband and wife team who live, eat and breath farming! Jeff’s Organic Produce takes part in local Farmers’ Markets throughout the year. Check out our schedule and a list of Organic Produce you can find at our stand.
NOFA-NJ, The Suppers Program, and Jammin’ Crepes are working together to offer a Cooking class which celebrates the NJ Organic CSA and seven NJ farms who have a CSA program. Every second Thursday of the month, Tony Kennette will introduce you to another NJ Organic farm, and Kim Rizk of Jammin’ Crepes will cook from the farms CSA box. The charge for this event is $15 for one class or $60 for the whole series.
- July 8th: Jeff’s Organics
- August 12th: Ironbound Farm
- September 9th: Genesis Farm
- October 14th Cherry Grove Farm
MORE COMING EVENTS
Thanks to the Rutger's Master Gardener IPM Team Report for sharing their third report. Pest season is here! Also, if you have missed it, this report from NPR on this year's Cicadas
Article From March 31 2021 hortidaily
For those who have not heard about our special 2021 project, "Growing in the Garden State," we share this post so you can learn about it and get involved. We have assembled generous organic farms, skilled vegetable gardeners to share their gardening know-how and...