Glynwood Offers Mix of Culinary Events

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The table is set for a Glynwood Farm dinner.

Savor the summer season of growing, learning and tasting at Glynwood Farm. In addition to its Farm Dinner Series (booking now for Aug. 8), the sustainable working farm offers a mix of events including its Culinary Skills Workshop: Breaking Down a Whole Chicken. Learn how to break down a whole chicken with Glynwood’s Culinary Director Jason Wood.

Two sessions are available at 4:30 and 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, July 24. Breaking down a chicken may be one of the handiest butchery skills to have. It will not only save money at the grocery store, but will reserve components for making stock. After this workshop, participants will be able to break down chickens like the pros and take home an organic chicken raised on the farm ($25 value) and a quart of chicken stock from Glynwood’s kitchen.

The cost to attend the workshop is $50. Register in advance with Anita Barber at 845-265-3338 or abarber@glynwood.org.

Glynwood also welcomes the community to visit the farm for its Chef Meet and Greet with Chef Wood from 3 to 6 p.m. Tuesday, July 16 and Friday, July 19. Meet Glynwood’s Culinary Director Wood during CSA pick-up hours to learn about Glynwood’s new culinary program, sample culinary delights prepared in the farm’s kitchen, ask questions about fresh produce and leave with a few recipe cards. These sessions are free and there is no need to register in advance. Glynwood Farm is located at 362 Glynwood Road, Cold Spring.


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