Edible Gifts Workshop: A Curated Collection of Food Preservation Skills
One part ultimate foodie adventure, one part make-your-own party platter, this hands-on workshop serves up a deliciously curated collection of some of our tastiest homesteading skills: cheesemaking, meat curing, fermenting, and jamming!
Holiday Party & Gift Market, Dec 3, 4-7pm
Free family-friendly mini workshops and the most interesting holiday shopping for the cheese-lover, DIYer, and experience enthusiast on your list.
Three Cheeses In Three Hours with Wine
Learn to make burrata, mozzarella and fresh chèvre in three hours while you sample some thoughtfully paired local & sustainable wines--our most popular class! Book early to get the early bird rate!
Mason Jar Fermenting Weights
Handmade porcelain weights are ideal for keeping your fermenting veggies submerged under brine and are made in three sizes to fit any Mason jar.
FARMcurious Fermenting Set with ReCAP 2-Pack
The easiest system for making fermented vegetables at home with no mold, no slime, and no hassle!
FARMcurious is a company designed to educate, inspire and equip urban homesteaders with an interest in producing their own food, reducing their ecological footprint and eating seasonally and sustainably without abandoning their urban lifestyles.
Check out the fantastic new wines by Wente Family Vineyards that we just added to our Three Cheeses in Three Hours Workshop.Posted Thursday, March 15, 2018 | By Nicole Easterday |
The most exciting thing about planning to keep chickens has to be selecting the breeds you will keep. There are so many varieties to choose from: great egg layers, fryers, adorable little puffy things with fuzzy legs and giant majestic creatures. We examine some of the choices with the pros and cons and include resources for SF Bay Area as well as some online options for those of you who live elsewhere.Posted Monday, April 03, 2017 | By Alycia Lang |
Learn to make four of the best beginner cheeses in one fantastic, hands-on workshop: ricotta, feta, yogurt & paneer.
Brie seems like the type of cheese that would be made by magical little elves in France. But it's actually one of the easiest cheeses to make at home with little to no special equipment required!From $ 145.00