November 16, 2011 - 11:27am
With Thanksgiving just a week and a half away, Chef Mark Williams imparted culinary knowledge upon the group assembled yesterday at Yew Dell Gardens.
It is hard to believe that we are already halfway into November. Autumn couldn’t come fast enough, and now it seems as if it is zipping by. Thanksgiving fast approaches.Thanksgiving is a magical time: a day when family and friends gather to give thanks by stuffing their faces full of poultry...
November 8, 2011 - 8:15am
Travel to Crestwood this Sunday for a two-hour interactive cooking class.
Life is busy. Many of us have to work at least two jobs just to keep up with our finances, and when it comes to mealtimes, it can be very tempting to give into the many convenient alternatives to a home-cooked meal: fast food, frozen dinners, canned noodles.
August 18, 2011 - 8:15am
The weekend gardening workshop rundown: Slow and Ugly Tomato Class at Yew Dell, Canning and Preserving Class at Foxhollow, Bernheim Garden Festival Bernheim.
The weekend rundown of gardening classes starts with the Bernheim Garden Harvest Festival at Bernheim Forest. It's the peak of harvesting the summer crops! The head chef of Brown-Forman, Mark Williams, will be putting on an entertaining and educating workshop as part of Bernheim's popular...
June 1, 2011 - 3:23pm
Hay rides, guided hikes, slow food, and pony rides--fun for the whole family on the farm this Saturday at Foxhollow Farms.
Evidence of sustainable gardening practices and the slow food movement can be seen all around town. Chickens cluck in chorus with the distant trains and sirens, newly budding gardens will soon creep over every square inch of front lot space, and tomato vines will adorn front stoops like...
March 14, 2011 - 1:00pm
Still farming real dirt and things that sprout out of it or wallow in it. A chance for families to see a real farm in action.
My Germantown neighbors have been hit by the urban gardening bug. Chickens cluck in chorus with the distant trains and sirens, newly budding gardens will soon creep over every square inch of front lot space, and tomato vines will adorn front stoops like guardian gnomes once did--watered by...