“Braising and roasting are two fundamental techniques that every good cook needs to know and Molly Stevens has written an award-winning book on both. Join her for an exploration of these indispensible cooking methods as she shares tips and guidelines and leads you through a selection of favorite recipes from her cookbooks: All About Roasting and All About Braising.
Sear-Roasted Steaks with Blue Cheese Butter
Top Blade Steaks Smothered with Mushrooms and Onions
Mustard-Crusted Roast Potatoes
Braised Celery with Crunchy Bread Crumb Topping
Slow-Roasted Grape Parfaits with Pistachio Brittle
Last year we butchered a pig. Master Butcher Cole Ward returns for a nose-to-tail Lamb Butchering class. This demonstration/hands-on class is not to be missed. Lunch included and product will be packaged for take-home.
Stay at the inn and enjoy $99 per night.
10 am – 1 pm
Join returning well-loved instructor Lini Mazumdar of Anjali Farms & Lotus Moon Medicinals to learn about Ayurvedic Cooking. As a trained Ayurvedic counselor, Lini will enlighten and broaden our understanding of how foods affect our bodies.
Menu to come
Price 65. per person
Call to book: 802-263-9217.
Back by popular demand, Boston-based Didi Emmons and forager David Craft return!
Forage the inn property and learn what wild edibles you can eat!
Then head back into The Hidden Kitchen and enjoy this hands-on very popular class as you learn to cook these edibles. After, sit back as a class and enjoy your dishes together.
Call (802) 263-9217
Return for dinner at 6 pm
Every year, we fire up the stone-lined garden pit and roast parts and sometimes a whole animal.
Join us for this unique cooking experience where we build a fire the night before, move the coals over to set the meat wrapped in cheese cloth and ferns and corn husks.
Weather permitting, we’ll prep in the shade of the garden’s apple trees then eat lunch in The Hidden Kitchen.
At 6 pm, return to the inn for a pre-set tasting menu prepared by our chef to continue the salute to Native American cooking. Enjoy our special guest host Abenaki Chief Roger Longtoe Sheehan and his wife as the professional story tellers and indigenous tribe leader shares the natives cooking and farming techniques.