We do live classes February – April
The perfect wintertime learning adventure starts in February! Check out our News and Events blog page for other events where we may be doing classes.
Make cooking healthful and gourmet with the Cooking with Herbs 406 class
Learn to incorporate Montana friendly herbs into your everyday lifestyle. Presentations are available February and March and
We will be learning :
The health benefits of 18 culinary herbs and pairing herbs with various foods
How to add herbs to recipes, some basic herb recipes, including some traditionally medicinal herbs, extra recipes in the back
Tips for cooking with herbal vinegar
A little about teas… Herbal Tea will be served…
Included with the class: One plus hours of presentation, Syllabus (the culinating booklet) of material covered – 10 pages of guides, recipes and general knowledge of herbs with references and sources
You can also register online to be included in the next class at the U Pick home or your location. (Seating is limited to 5)
To schedule a class with your friends…the cost is $60.00 at the U-Pick home or $65.00 at your location through the Store. If you live within 12 miles of Missoula – I’ll come to you or you can come out to my location-see the contact us page for address and map.
Classes can be scheduled MONDAY evenings or WEEKEND afternoons February or March.
Can’t get to a class or not local? Get a printed cooking booklet here
Culinary Herbs for Wellness and Herbal Vinegar!
We first presented a workshop at the Spokane Herbal Fair and will be presenting again during the winter…in the meantime, you can get a kit here to use year round
We will be learning :
Benefits of 16 Culinary herbs to use everyday
How to add herbs to vinegar including some traditionally medicinal herbs
Tips for cooking with vinegar and what kinds of vinegar to use
Two methods of infusing vinegar
Included with the class: One plus hours of presentation, a loaded one page brochure and kits for sale
Summertime Classes happen during Volunteer Learning Days or sessions through the Covid time.
During the growing season, formal sit down classes are replaced with lunch time presentations during our Volunteering Learning Days and sessions learning by doing! You can get down and personal with herbs working with them from caring for them, harvesting them, drying them and seeing them to the finished product. The working/U Pick garden is evolving with sustainable and permaculture practices that you can learn from by getting involved. I consider you an intern anytime you commit to coming out to learn! Check out the Intern/ Volunteer page where you can see a schedule for each month. I love to learn and share so come see and learn!