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- 14Sun 05/14/17Easton Public Market, Northampton Street, Easton, PA, United StatesSunday, May 14th - Mother's Day10am to 11am$15/personAges 7-11Limited to 10 seatsA special Mother's Day class of 'Kids in the Kitchen' with Chef Ada Chandler. Chef Ada focuses on building the culinary confidence of your child through kid-friendly classes, demonstrations, and interactive events. On Mother's Day you and your child will learn how to prepare Apple Wraps through a combination of hands-on, observation, and taste testing -- with a lot of fun mixed in! Moms (and Dads, too) join Chef Ada on Mother's Day!
- 15Mon 05/15/17No events
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- 17Wed 05/17/17Easton Public Market, Northampton Street, Easton, PA, United StatesThe Easton Hunger Coalition hosts the free public “Morning Conversation on FOOD” series at the Community Room inside the Easton Public Market on the third Wednesday of each month at 9 am. Participants will explore such topics as food, local food systems, food justice, food waste, food recovery, and hunger. Conversation moderators will provide information to guide the topic, as well as action items that can be taken to support the reduction of food waste in our community.Easton Public Market, Northampton Street, Easton, PA, United StatesWednesday, May 17th | 2pm-3pm | FreeEaston Hospital presents Healthy Living Wednesdays in the EPM Kitchen! Join Nutritionists Alison Unger and Carissa Hrichak from Easton Hospital for tips, techniques, and recipes with your health as the focus. This Wednesday's topic: In-Season Ingredients -- Market Fresh Asparagus & Bean Salad.Easton Public Market, 325 Northampton Street, Easton, PA, United StatesSpring Watercolor Workshop with Crinkle Studios Wednesday, May 17th5:30pm to 7:00pm$25/personLimited to 10 GuestsAmanda Rogers of Crinkle Studios hosts a Spring Watercolor Painting Workshop at the Easton Public Market. Guests are invited to 'color-in' a spring-inspired seasonal poster created by Amanda. The workshop includes watercolors, instructions and painting techniques provided by Amanda ... and tasty samples from Full of Crepe.
- 18Thu 05/18/17No events
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- 20Sat 05/20/17Easton Public Market, Northampton Street, Easton, PA, United StatesSaturday, May 20 | 10am - 12 noon $35pp | Limited to 14 seatsMaking kombucha is easy, but understanding why and how this fermentation process works will give you the tools to have fun with booch experiments (while being totally safe) in your own kitchen. Ever had a question about the health of the SCOBY (or wonder what a SCOBY is in the first place?). Come on by to learn tips, tricks and techniques for making your best booch!We'll cover:•Myths about kombucha and health•SCOBY health•Continuous brew•Single batch brew•Flavorings/secondary fermentation•Fizz•Fermentation basicsEveryone will go home with a bottle of kombucha flavored in class and their own jar of kombucha to ferment, complete with a SCOBY. Kombucha samples will be provided by Easton Farmers' Market vendor, Don DeVault of Pheasant Hill Farm.Author and blogger Amanda Feifer has a long-standing crush on food and beverage fermentation. Since she left the world of Big Food in early 2011, she's been teaching classes that range from kefir and kombucha to koji and kvass. She writes the fermentation blog Phickle, and wrote the actual book on vegetable fermentation (Ferment Your Vegetables, Fair Winds Press). You can find her pics of stinky, bubbly things on Twitter and Instagram at @phicklefoods.Easton Public Market, Northampton Street, Easton, PA, United States
Saturday, May 20th
1pm to 3pm
$20 pp | Limited to 10 seats
Fermentation Extravaganza with Carrie Havranek of the Dharma Kitchen and Peter Todaro! They showed you their Funky Roots, and now they're back with a fast-paced, information-dense tour of the world of funky ferments! Peter will teach the class how to make colorful and unconventional sauerkrauts, and Carrie will demonstrate how to make "quickles" (quick pickles) that you'll take home.The class will also include sampling Pennsylvania Dutch Chow Chow, a discussion of fermented foods and your microbiome, and a presentation of a real live SCOBY (symbiotic culture of yeast and bacteria), a necessary component for kombucha brewing. Yes, folks, you heard it right--a SCOBY.Easton Public Market, Northampton Street, Easton, PA, United StatesSaturday, May 20th3:30pm - 5:30 pm$10ppJoin Stefanie Angstadt, owner and cheesemaker of Valley Milkhouse Creamery, for a workshop dedicated to all things cheese! This 2-hour event includes a crash course in cheesemaking theory, a stove top demonstration on fresh ricotta making, and an evaluative cheese tasting. For people interested in trying cheesemaking at home or for those who are curious about the fascinating art and science behind the process, this class offers the chance to learn everything you always wanted to know about cheese.-The heart of the class is the demonstration which teaches participants how to make a simple ricotta "basket" style cheese using only a stock pot, vinegar, a stovetop and cheesecloth. The recipe translates to any home kitchen and the fresh, sweet curds are sure to please even the pickiest palette. Participants will leave with a sample of the fresh curd made in class. The class concludes with a cheese tasting of three award-winning Valley Milkhouse cheeses. Stefanie will talk about the process that went into producing each cheese and discuss tasting notes and pairing ideas.Stefanie has traveled throughout the U.S. and abroad to learn traditional, old-world cheesemaking. Founding Valley Milkhouse in 2014, Stefanie is inspired by European fresh, mold-ripened and aged styles that serve as the foundation of her recipes. She has rapidly made a name for her creamery, situated in the Oley Valley of Berks County, her ancestral homeland. The creamery distributes its cheeses to cheese shops, food stores and restaurants throughout the Lehigh Valley and Philadelphia, and is especially excited about the flourishing food scene in Easton. Valley Milkhouse was "The Next Big Thing" by Cheese Rank in 2016 and Stefanie was awarded a Zagat "30 Under 30 Culinary Game Changer" designation in 2015. Stefanie is a Board Member of the Pennsylvania Cheese Guild and is passionate about introducing people to the regional cheese scene. Stefanie aspires to continue handcrafting cheese with character, and to find a permanent place for cheese at the American table.