In the Cooking SchoolSlightly to the Left of the Silk Road
2 to 5 p.m.
Chef Seth Goldman will excite the senses of taste and smell. With an appearance by Faith Stewart-Gordon, Russian Tea Room owner, 1967 to 1996. Learn to make great summer dishes using flavors from Russia, Georgia and Central Asia: rose petals, tarragon, marigolds, sumac and pomegranates in this demonstration cooking class. $90. Click here to register for the class.
Cabaret NightBlini Blues
A gutsy hybrid of blues, jazz, rock and folk. Ellen Kaye, vocalist, with Ethan Fein and the M57 Band. Benjamin Franklin Brown, bass and Giomar Cepeda, drums. Includes Wine and Lite Bite Zakuski from Chef Seth Goldman and the Silo Cooking School. To benefit Hunt Hill Farm Trust. Reservations Required. $35 per person. Patrons: $100. Click here to purchase tickets.
Through July 7
(Left) Clemance Gregory, Vernal Equinox;
(Right, Top) Helen Cantrell, Vermont Summer;
(Right, Bottom) Jennifer Sabella, Flypaper Fall.
2013 Cooking Classes
June 22 - Real BBQ: Low and Slow
June 29 - Slightly to the Left of the Silk Road
July 13 - It's a Party - Apps for Everyone
July 14 - The Best Thai Food Ever
July 20 - Grilling Surf & Turf Spanish Style
July 21 - Summer Alfresco in Italy
August 10 - Mexican Fiesta Summer's Night
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Hunt Hill Farm Trust is proud to be an affiliate of the Smithsonian Institution.
“How We Got Here”
– an excerpt from the introduction to Ruth & Skitch Henderson’s Seasons in the Country, 1990.
We did not go looking for Hunt Hill Farm – it looked for us. In 1967 we were both immersed in a busy urban life. Skitch, as Musical Director of NBC, appeared nightly on the Tonight Show, which taped in New York in those days. Ruth was chairwoman of Friends of City Center and an active fund-raiser and drum-beater for the arts. We had just opened a restaurant, Daly’s Dandelion...
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