Jun 17, 2014 1:17 PM by KATC
Seed to Skillet, the quarterly series on growing, harvesting and preparing your own food, will host the second workshop of its 2014 season this Saturday, June 21, with Lafayette Master Gardener MaryAnne Armbruster, Ph.D.
Seed to Skillet is an informative cooking demonstration and gardening workshop that focuses on living and eating in harmony with the seasons.
Cooking demonstrations teach preparing and preserving seasonal dishes, while gardening workshops focus on seasonal activities that are necessary to maintain a healthy and bountiful harvest.
The series began with the basics of vegetable gardening and will progress to starting and maintaining a home orchard as well as utilizing the natural process of fermentation as a means of preserving the harvest.
Armbruster will be teaching the art of companion and succession planting and will be demonstrating recipes for two types of pickles as well as a local twist on pesto. Participants will be able to sample the cuisine and will leave with recipe cards so that they can make it in their own home.
Admission for the Seed to Skillet series is $15 per adult; children 12 and under get in free. Anyone interested in participating is asked to register for this limited seating event by calling (337) 233-4077 or emailing cuisine@BayouVermilionDistrict.org.