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.
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Calling all chefs from across the globe! We’ve got your passport ready. Join us for a tasty trip where we’ll enjoy a delicious tour of handmade Lasagna, Lasagna Cupcakes that is. All chefs will be cheering for more as we use fresh tomato sauce, creamy ricotta, bubbly mozzarella and fresh basil. Pack up your adventure bags and let’s get cooking!
This class is designed for kids and parents to cook together! $15 per child/caregiver pair, Grand Opening Pricing!
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.
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!
Join Appleton Cooks! and chef Carolyn Grieco this winter for our winter culinary workshop series. With seasonal ingredients as our inspiration, these classes bring together the farm’s winter bounty and professional chef instruction to inspire, improve, and support your culinary endeavors at home.
After a successful local Fall harvest, the Ipswich Farmer's Market is having a Thanksgiving market just in time to stock up the pantry for Turkey Day! The Market will be held indoors at the Ascension Memorial Church rain or shine! Buy LOCAL ingedients for your Thanksgiving feast for a greener, healthier, and tastier holiday. Fall produce, lots of great locally made gift products and music by Orville Giddings.
Join Appleton Cooks! and chef Carolyn Grieco this winter for a winter culinary workshop. With seasonal ingredients as our inspiration, this class brings together the farm's winter bounty and professional chef instruction to inspire, improve, and support your culinary endeavors at home.
Our cheese making classes are back! Join Appleton’s own award-winning cheese maker, Kristian Holbrook, for a hands-on cheese making class in our farm kitchen. You’ll learn all the basics of cheese making, make your own mozzarella and ricotta to take home, and get a behind-the-scenes tour of our dairy operation and cheese cave. Pre-registration required.
Russell Orchards in Ipswich invites you to come make a pie and take it with you! As part of Ipswich is First...Period, celebrate the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday with this fun hands-on activitiy. The farm will provide the fixins and you'll make your own apple pie. Bake at home now or later (freezes great up to a year!).
Do you have a mini iron chef in your house? Here's a perfect opportunity to nurture their interest in the culinary arts at Williams-Sonoma's Market Street Lynnfield location! Join American Girl™ for a pasta workshop! We’ll show you how to cut out ravioli using a cool tool called a ravioli plaque, and together we’ll cook a yummy sauce for our pasta. Then mangia (“eat”)! Suitable for ages 8–13.