DESERT HARVESTERS: “Harvest & Cook with Wild Abundance” Workshop Series: Creating Salsas, Chutneys, & Sauces with Wild Ingredients, November 19, 2016 — outer Tucson AZ

Harvest & Cook with Wild Abundance
Fall 2016 Workshops

Enjoy seasonal Sonoran Desert flavors and unique recipes with other interested folks in this tasty educational series. Learn to harvest, process, store, and create desert delicacies with tried & tested recipes plus tips to invent your own specialties. Workshops include discussion and resources for creating Sonoran Desert foodscapes in your yard and neighborhood. These Harvest & Cook workshops follow up on free preceding-Thursday-afternoon demos at the Santa Cruz River Farmers’ Market.

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Top bowl contains salsa-in-progress: tomato, prickly pear vinegar, chile powder. Bottom bowl contains wild hackberries, another salsa ingredient. Photo credit: Barbara Rose.

Creating Salsas, Chutneys, & Sauces with Wild Ingredients

Date: Saturday, November 19, 2016
Time: 8:30 am – 12 noon

Venue: Bean Tree Farm (northern Tucson Mountains)
Address: provided to registrants

Cost: $35–$50 sliding scale
Discount available to Desert Harvesters members & volunteers (include mention of this in your email).

Description: In this workshop you’ll encounter more opportunities to cook with prickly pear & other Sonoran Desert foods stored from seasonal harvests, including prickly-pear reductions, ferments, bean-tree products & more. Bean Tree Farm is known for unusual condiments featuring desert foods—we’ll share recipes & inspire you to create your own!

For more info &/or to register: Email workshops@desertharvesters​.org  

Accessibility information: Site is generally navigable by folks who use walkers and some wheelchairs. Bathroom is not to ADA standards (handrails, sink height, etc). If you are interested in attending this workshop and use mobility aids &/or are otherly able, please send an email to address above with your specific needs and any questions. We apologize for the inconvenience, and are working to improve the accessibility of our workshop sites!