If you're in the Bucks County, PA area and have nothing to do on Wednesday, May 19th, there may still be some spaces available for this class:
NEW ONE-NIGHT CLASS
Eat Global, Go Local Cooking
Bucks County is fertile ground for locally grown free-range and/or organic poultry and eggs; pasture-raised and hormone- and antibiotic-free beef, pork, and lamb; and artisanal cheeses, yogurt, and ice cream. Prepare a Bucks County farm-to-table dinner, including some unusual vegetables like fava beans and fennel. We’ll discuss where to purchase local foods and how to store them to retain nutrients and
flavor. Fee: $20 (Plus $20 fee to instructor for food) Course: RCULI 4067 Sec C80
Wed., May 19, 7-9 pm | Instructor: Diana Cercone, Food and Travel Writer
I'm not a locavore by any stretch of the imagination; however, it's hard to pin down everything available in this area as so many places aren't online and advertise simply by word-of-mouth. And I'd really like to know where the cheesemakers are! While I find it rather funny that fava beans and fennel are considered unusual(!), it sounds like a good way to find out who's who and what may be worth a drive.
Call 215-968-8409 and just follow the instructions to register. I think it will be forty bucks well spent.