Sustainable Kitchen Workshops
Carriageworks Farmers Market is teaming up with Cornersmith to teach you new skills every Saturday morning from February–April.
New year, new chance to learn new skills. For most of us, that's how every January starts — but once February, March and April roll around, it's easy to let that plan fall by the wayside. Enter a new collaboration between Carriageworks Farmers Market and Cornersmith, which will load you up with new know-how. And, you'll expand your sustainable repertoire in the kitchen, too.
The Sustainable Kitchen Workshops series will take place every Saturday morning at 9am from February 6–April 17 and, because Cornersmith is leading the charge, there's a big focus on preserving, pickling and fermenting. Always wanted to know how to pickle plums? Fancy making your own bottled tomatoes? Desperate to create and perfect your own signature hot sauce? Head along and you'll learn everything you need to.
Other sessions hone in on mushrooms, garlic and kosher pickles, plus waste-free shopping and cooking, turning scraps into kimchi and making an an old-fashioned vinegar drink out of preserved seasonal fruit.
You'll pay $75 for each 90-minute class — which is a small price to learn a new skill that you'll use for life — and they're being held in Carriageworks' cafe space.
Top image: Nikki To.