We are pleased to offer private class options in our kitchen or yours. If you have a group of 8 or more we can work together to create a unique menu for using fresh local ingredients. Whether celebrating a special occasion or just interested to learn a new cooking technique private lesson are a great option for a memorable event.
Our workshops are a great way to learn about some of the more unique things happening around the farm throughout the year. These may include butchering demonstrations, harvesting honey, releasing the bees and harvesting techniques.
Appetizers & Small Plates – Gluten Free
During this class we learned how to make flavorful appetizers and snacks to bring to your family or friends houses for any occasion. Some of the appetizers we prepared could easily become small plates for picky food at home.
Pottery Classes –
Ann Conte, our pottery instructor from the South Shore Arts Center leads these workshops as the farm. Ann shares her knowledge while we learn some hand-building and sculptural techniques that are required to design some functional and whimsical pottery pieces.
Fall Festival –
Always the Sunday before Halloween.
Sweet Pie Class –
This particular class included recipes for our homemade pie crust and a few different styles of pies including crostatas, traditional pies and crisps.
Soups & Stews –
During this class, we learned how to make two quick soups and a pot of flavorful stew.
Artisanal Bread Making –
Our friend Ricardo from Mamadou’s Bakery in Winchester leads this class. We learn the skills and techniques needed to make some of the tastiest breads we have ever shared at our table.
Asian Cuisine –
Guest Chef Alison Hearn leads the Asian Cuisine Class. Chef Alison Hearn formerly of Myers & Chang shares her knowledge by teaching us her techniques and recipes for some of our favorite dumplings around.
Homemade Pasta Class –
This Pasta Class is slowly turning into our signature class here on the farm. It must be all 40 of our happy healthy chickens providing us with the beautiful eggs needed for our recipes!
All Things Seafood –
This class speaks for itself. We offer this class with our few of our favorite things….the beach, food, fish and lobster.
Save your Spot
To save your spot within one of our classes please mail a check for the full amount of the class payable to Garden to Garnish.
321 E Washington St
Garden to Garnish reserves the right to cancel classes at any time, we will provide phone and email notification.
Classes with low enrollment may be cancelled or postponed. We will make every effort to notify you as soon as possible. If a class is canceled you may either request a full refund or transfer to another class. Any cost difference will need to be addressed either by additional payment or refund at the end of the class.
If inclement weather requires us to cancel a class we will update the class information on our website. In the event of poor weather when a class is not cancelled there will be no refunds for students who do not attend.
If you are unable to attend a class you must provide notification to the Garden to Garnish kitchen more than 7 days before your class to receive a refund. The class deposit of $20.00 is non refundable. Cancellations within 7 days of the class are not eligible for a refund.
Gift certificates are non-refundable and have no cash value.
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