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Honey Tasting and Workshop
Stephanie Bruneau - Owner, The Benevolent Bee

Not only is honey a treat to eat, but it can be beneficial in so many ways. In this delicious and fun hands-on workshop, you will learn how and why honey is produced by the bees, some of its uses throughout history, and its amazing medicinal and nutritional properties. Together we will explore how bees carry the benefits of the flowers and herbs from which they collect nectar back to their hives to create amazing medicinal honey varietals - such as manuka honey from the New Zealand Tea
Tree, and others. The workshop will include a tasting of local and varietal honeys, and a hands-on project where workshop participants together will make and taste a medicinal honey syrup. Stephanie Bruneau is passionate about bees and the products of the honeybee hive. In her apiary at the West Laurel Hill Cemetery in Bala Cynwyd, she harvests honey, collects wax, and teaches about bees and bee behavior. We will meet at Bloomfield Farm. Look for the paved road across Northwestern
Avenue from the public garden entrance. Park in the lot and follow the signs to the Horticulture Center.

Sunday, May 21
1:00 p.m. - 3 p.m.
Sunday, May 21, 2017 at 1:00 PM
 
Attendees: 1 $ 30.00 ea.
Attendees: 1 $ 35.00 ea.

All About Malt: The Basis of Beer
Mark Brault - Owner, Deer Creek Malthouse

Enjoy an evening of sampling local beer and learning about the craft behind one of its primary ingredients. Probably the most important ingredient in beer, malted grain provides the sugars for yeast to ferment and produces a wide range of colors and flavors in beer. Mark Brault, owner of local Deer Creek Malthouse, will explore how they process local barley, wheat, rye and other grains using the traditional method of floor malting. Deer Creek’s artisan malts supply top Pennsylvania craft breweries, including Troegs, Victory, and Tired Hands. Tasting samples of malt and beer will be provided to experience the diversity of malted grain and its influence on craft beer.

Thursday, May 25
6:30 p.m. - 8 p.m.
Thursday, May 25, 2017 at 6:30 PM
 
Attendees: 1 $ 30.00 ea.
Attendees: 1 $ 35.00 ea.

Summer Grilling in the Garden
Josh Hunter - Morris Arboretum Chef and Owner, Company’s Coming Catering

Join Morris Arboretum chef, Josh Hunter for an evening of instructional grilling in the garden. In this class, you will learn how to prepare simple, light, and flavorful entrées and accompanying side dishes on the grill. Chef Hunter will also demonstrate how to prepare his delicious, award-winning smoked rib and discuss safe handling techniques of poultry, meats, and seafood.

Wednesday, June 14
5:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday, June 14, 2017 at 5:30 PM
 
Attendees: 1 $ 36.00 ea.
Attendees: 1 $ 42.00 ea.

Wild Edible Plant Walk
Ben Kincaid - Tour Guide, Wild Foodies of Philly

Many of us love to munch on blackberries and raspberries, but did you know there are a variety of edible ruits, shoots, and roots you can learn to identify in your own backyard? Join Ben Kincaid on a guided walk through the gorgeous Arboretum where we will learn to positively identify a variety of wild food plants and how to use them! We'll delve into the culinary uses for the greens, shoots, fruits and nuts that can be found in the SE Pennsylvania woodlands. There will be foraged snacks and mocktails to sample and everyone will get a copy of a guide to the common plants that you will encounter on your own foraging adventures.

Ben Kincaid is a tour guide with Philly Wild Foodies. He has foraged professionally for local restaurants and markets, and serves botanical cocktails with foraged ingredients at D.I.Y. art and performance events.

Saturday, June 17
1:00 p.m. - 3 p.m.
Saturday, June 17, 2017 at 1:00 PM
 
Attendees: 1 $ 25.00 ea.
Attendees: 1 $ 30.00 ea.

Spring Pizza Class
Peggy Paul Casella - Cookbook Editor and Writer

Do you want to use your fresh garden veggies in a way everyone will enjoy? Pizza to the rescue! This class, taught by author of the new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle pizza cookbook, will be the perfect way to spend a Saturday afternoon. Peggy will guide you through all the steps for making outstanding pizzas at home and will offer a variety of ideas to use fresh garden veggies in ways you have never dreamed of. Samples will be available throughout the class for you to try. If you want to be inspired before the class, take a look at some of her pizza handiwork at www.ThursdayNightPizza.com. Children ages 10 and up are welcome.

Saturday, June 24
1:00 p.m. - 3 p.m.
Saturday, June 24, 2017 at 1:00 PM
 
Attendees: 1 $ 36.00 ea.
Attendees: 1 $ 42.00 ea.

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