Cooking Class: Make Frozen Treats with Slow Food DC!

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Learn how to make refreshing frozen treats using locally grown produce and herbs with Cultivate the City! As the summer heats up, learn how to keep cool with healthy and delicious desserts!

When: Wed, August 16, 6:30 – 8PM
Where: Cultivate the City – H Street Farms
910 Bladensburg Road NE, Washington, DC
Cost: $25
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Frozen treat connoisseur and Cultivate’s H Street Farm manager Dan Weisshaar will guide us in making three wonderfully fresh frozen treats, using the bounty of their gardens:

  • Mint Chocolate Chip Ice Cream
  • Cantaloupe and Basil Sorbet
  • Popsicles with Fresh Herbs

Dan will share techniques for making your own frozen treats at home, including using ice cream makers and how to adapt recipes if you don’t have an ice cream maker of your own.
Ticket price includes a short tour of Cultivate’s H Street Farm, the frozen treat class, recipes and tasting, and one frozen treat of your choice to bring home.

Cultivate the City is an urban farming organization educating, cultivating, and nourishing the District with over 25 pesticide-free gardens. They now have over 25 sites throughout DC, working to feed families & communities with pesticide-free, locally-grown food by growing vertically.
Come join us for a fun-filled evening that will be sure to make all of your summer evenings tasty and cool!

Slow Food DC is one of more than 200 chapters that comprise Slow Food USA, dedicated to good, clean, and fair food in the National Capital Region through tastings, tours, lectures, and volunteer events.

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