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Loving and Cooking: Celebrating 50 Years of Organic Farming and Some of Our Most Experienced Farmers
04/09/2021 06:00 PM - 09/09/2021 07:15 PM ET
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A six-month event spanning from April to September, every second Thursday of the month showcasing local farms and farmers. Additionally, there will be cooking recipes by Kim Rizk, showcasing how to use the various items in the share boxes.
There will be a scholarship for local gardens and those who may need assistance.
In an extended celebration of National CSA week, NOFA-NJ, the Suppers Program, and Jammin' Crepes are pleased to announce that every month on the Second Thursday evening from April through September, we will offer an introduction to an NJ Organic Farm & its farmers, learn about their Community Supported Agriculture Program, and cook from their Farm Share. The cooking class will be taught by Kim Rizk, NOFA-NJ Treasurer and Board Member and a co-owner of Jammin Crepes, a Princeton restaurant that is a celebration of our local, regional farms wrapped in a crêpe with an ever-changing menu that highlights the very best local ingredients at their peak of freshness. Tony Kennette will be filming our local farms and interviewing the farmers. Kim will be preparing recipes that come from farm shares and will inspire us all to cook and eat more local organic.
We are so excited to be working with the Suppers Programs on this event! More information about them below, or at their website:
The Suppers Programs is a nonprofit 501c3 organization, based in Princeton, N.J., that provides a supportive learning environment where people can discover a way of cooking and eating that improves and sustains optimal health. Every person’s body, brain and biology are unique. Through in-person and virtual programming, Suppers connects an ecosystem of medical and healthcare practitioners, community partners, chefs, and farmers with people seeking resources and support for a healthy lifestyle. For more information including upcoming events, resources, white papers, and a recipe index, visit www.thesuppersprograms.org.