Explore the delicious possibilities that your Southern kitchen garden can yield with this essential workshop, taught by an organic farmer who supplies to gourmet restaurants and a holistic nutritionist/natural foods chef who specializes in crafting delectable, plant-based dishes!
Learn to successfully plant, grow, maintain and harvest fresh produce in fall through winter including: arugula, beans, cabbage, cauliflower, potatoes, parsnips, radishes and figs. Then, experience garden-based recipes including: Pickled Vegetables, Hot Pink Sweet Potato, Beet & Radish Curry, Cabbage Rolls Stuffed with Winter Quinoa Pistou, Zoodles with Basil & Arugula Pesto, Kale & Turmeric Chips, Fig Suzalia, and more.
About the Instructors:
Suzy Compere has lived in Georgia for the last 28 years. She has a deep appreciation of the intrinsic human/plant relationship, having practiced serious organic and biodynamic growing since age 16. She collects and cultivates rare and interesting plants, growing both edibles and medicinals for high end restaurant and market sales. Specializing in unusual heirlooms, she saves, collects, hoards and shares seeds from the world over, delighting in introducing people to exciting, new culinary and health experiences. Her farm is called The Feral Woman’s Garden, as she traded Armani and Atlanta for seeds, soil and an ancient Kubota in 2008.
Nnenne Onyioha is a nutrition educator whose passion is teaching people how to enjoy healthy eating through her accessible, practicality-oriented nutrition classes and workshops in locations around Georgia, USA. Nnenne holds a B.Sc. (Honors) in Biology from University College London, later qualifying as a nutritional therapist from the College of Naturopathic Medicine London, with a doctorate in holistic nutrition from the University of Natural Health, Indiana. She is the founder of Delicious Naturals, a nutrition education company dedicated to promoting healthful eating and natural health principles.