Bring a dish, a friend or just yourself, and come prepared to try some new foods!
Enjoy some snacks while catching up with neighbors, sharing recipes and checking out what's been growing at the farm. We will be preparing a couple dishes with farm fresh veggies. You are invited to make something too, but it is certainly not required.
We'll be set up in the park across the street from the farm on Whitelock and Brookfield from 6pm-dusk.
This Month we are also joined by Crystal of Holistic Wellness and Health who will be sharing a cooking demo using farm produce and Anita of Baltimore City Master Gardeners of University of Maryland Extension will be there with giveaways & to answer your gardening questions!
Workshop Description: We will create delicious, nutritious, flavorful and affordable meals using fresh produce from Whitelock Community Farm. We will learn more about the Double Dollars Program. All participants of the workshop are eligible to participate in the Double Dollars Program. Recipes and samples will be provided.
Crystal L. Forman is the Owner/Director of Holistic Wellness and Health, a company that uses a whole person approach that integrates health, fitness and wellness. She offers health education courses, healthy cooking classes, cooking demonstrations, health coaching and wellness seminars. Crystal also works to improve food justice, food sovereignty and sustainable food access. She is an avid forager, gardener and volunteer farmer. She loves teaching foraging, wild food cooking and farm to plate activities. In addition to her Master of Public Health (MPH) and Master of Health Administration (MHA) degrees, Crystal is a certified Permaculture designer, a Certified Baltimore City Master Gardener, and a certified sport nutrition consultant (CSNC).