2018 Tour Dates: July 17, August 14, September 11
10:30 am – 11:30 am
Adult Tour Only $15
12 & Under Tour Only $10
Lunch Option additional $25
Take a tour with our knowledgeable and entertaining Principal Grower, Mikinzie Moydell, as she takes you through several of the farm’s growing environments and discusses what we grow and how we do it with Steamboat’s 59-day growing season. Conclude the tour with a meal at the farmhouse prepared by our talented chef, Erin Torgerson. (optional)
registration for tours will be available soon!
Cooking Workshops (new this season!)
Join our chefs, Erin Torgensen and Chereen Leong Schwarz as they teach you the ins and outs of cooking. Two separate series will be offered: Pantry Basics and Cooking Fundamentals. Try one or try them all! A $100 discount is offered for initial registration for all four of the Cooking Fundamentals series.
Pantry Basics Dates: June 16, July 14, August 11, September 8
Fridays from 10am – 2pm | $175
Here is a look into what you can expect from the Pantry Basics Workshop…
We will start with a short tour of the farm to see what produce we have growing in our enchanting, but challenging Rocky Mountain climate. With arms full of seasonal goodies, we will head back to the kitchen and jump into our hands our workshop. We want you to leave this class knowing how to stock your pantry with a few secret weapons (vinaigrettes, marinades, basic preserves) that will allow you to whip up a flavorful, weekday meal in no time at all. For us, cooking is less about knowing how to follow a recipe, and more about understanding and observing the elements of flavors and learning how to make them work together. Eating seasonally means learning how to be flexible to the make the most of what mother nature is bringing to your table at the moment.
Cooking Fundamentals Dates: June 22, July 27, August 24, September 21
Saturdays from 3:30 – 7:30PM | $175
Cooking Fundamentals will dig deep into your innermost chef…
Before we even put our aprons on, we will start with a short tour of the farm to see what is harvest ready for the day’s class – heading back to the kitchen with arms full of produce and our culinary gears turning. Cooking, like many other things, is simply about learning how to tackle a few fundamental skills, then putting those blocks together to build a meal. Have you ever wondered how to get everything hot and on the table at the same time? Never fear! Erin and Chereen are here! We will discuss how to break down any meal into a series of steps that will make the cooking process more approachable and enjoyable. We want you to leave our class feeling confident in your culinary foundation – with the ability to look at recipe and see merely a list of suggestions rather than a chain of commands. Eating seasonally means learning how to be flexible to the make the most of what mother nature is bringing to your table at the moment.
registration for these courses will be available soon!