Slow Food Community Cooks: “Herbs in Cocktails”

Learn about using herbs in cocktails and other drinks. Venice will teach us how herbs can add depth to a variety of drinks. You will have the opportunity to make your own drinks. Please bring two pint size jars with lids so you can take home a sample of your creations. All drinks will be non-alcoholic. You may add “a little something” when you get home!

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Slow Food Community Cooks: “Herbs in the Medicine Cabinet”

Learn about the healing properties of herbs! Venice will teach us how to make herbal healing remedies using herbs and a few items you already have at home. Please bring two pint size jars with lids. You will be able to take some samples you make home with you.

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Slow Food Community Cooks: “Herbs in the Kitchen”

In the first of a series of three classes, learn about using herbs in your kitchen! Venice will teach us how to make the most of herbs in cooking and making household cleaning products. Please bring two pint size jars with lids. You will be able to take samples home with you.

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You can also register for all three classes here: http://events.constantcontact.com/register/event?llr=licqt8bab&oeidk=a07e9puxxlmd3428c51

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Seasonal Produce Cooking – Culinary Herbs with Chef Karen Gill

At Wellspring – 4382 Hickory Rd. West Bend, WI 53090

Wellspring offers a series of monthly cooking classes, inspiring students based on veggies during their peak season! In each class, a chef leads demos and tastings, and provides healthy cooking tips. Wine served to accompany each tasting and recipe handouts are available to take home. Highlighted seasonal produce for July is Culinary Herbs! Cost: $30 till 7/7, $35 after. For more info and to register: (847) 946-5565 or www.wellspringinc.org

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Maggie’s Herbs & Heirlooms

Maggie’s Herbs & Heirlooms

When Bob Dylan said, “I ain’t gonna work on Maggie’s Farm no more”, we’re not sure he had a chance to see Farmer Maggie in action, growing her herbs and heirlooms for home gardens across Southeastern Wisconsin. A former Information Systems Analyst, Maggie in 1999 took her love of herb, vegetable, and flower gardening to the next level and soon after retirement, moved with her husband to their dream “hobby farm” in Elkhorn, Wisconsin. This “hobby farm” now extends across 10 acres with three vegetable plots, …

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Introduction to Herbalism

Join Herbalist Linda Conroy for this fun and informative afternoon. Herbs are the most commonly used remedies around the world. By understanding a few concepts, you can address common issues with basic home remedies. During this workshop participants will be introduced to the foundations of herbal medicine as well as common plants that grow in this region. The last part of this class will be spent preparing an herbal extract (tincture) as well as infused oil, which participants will take home. A handout will be …

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