Eating well doesn’t depend on a supermarket stocked with any ingredient you could want, any day of the year. It depends on ingredients of the highest quality – fresh, well-grown, and enjoyed at their flavorful and nutritional best.
Join acclaimed gardener, writer and cookbook author Barbara Damrosch of Four Season Farm for a lecture that will convey how to spread the “gardening season” over the whole year, without much time, work or garden space. She’ll explain how cooking with the seasons has made her a better, more creative cook, developing simple, easy strategies one can apply to any season.
Following the lecture, over stories and much laughter, participants will dine on a menu featuring a few of Barbara’s favorite recipes. Barbara will be introduced by Nantucket’s beloved Chef Marian Morash. This is a garden and culinary adventure you won’t want to miss.
Barbara Damrosch has worked professionally in the field of horticulture since 1977. She writes, consults and lectures on gardening and is co-owner, with her husband Eliot Coleman, of Four Season Farm, an experimental market garden in Harborside, Maine.
From May 2003 to September 2017, she wrote a weekly column for The Washington Post called “A Cook’s Garden.” Barbara is the author of several books, The Garden Primer, Theme Gardens, and The Four Season Farm Gardener’s Cookbook, co-authored with Eliot, which won the American Horticultural Society’s Book Award in 2014. She currently writes about gardening techniques for Better Homes & Gardens.