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Now that you’ve grown and harvested squash, root veggies and tomatoes…are you wondering what to do with them? Bring an item from your harvest and we’ll turn it into a complete meal or soup. Best of all, we’ll learn to make muffins/breads baked in clay pots. Be sure and bring your aprons. We’ll be harvesting from Farmer Bill’s garden as well as the produce you bring
Meat/Meatless options available.
From event website:
Try tons of hoppy craft brews at the Hopfest Beer Tasting! There will be IPAs and other hop-forward beers to taste; delicious street tacos, sausage sandwiches, and gourmet popsicles to snack on; and after-hours fun, including a selfie photo booth, in one of San Diego’s best museums.
Don’t miss this summer party celebrating bold-flavored, hoppy brews! Thursday, July 30, 2015, from 6-8 p.m.
Sign up here to become a Museum Member and get the discounted rate.
• Each Museum Member is entitled to one additional guest ticket at the Museum Member price.
• Tickets are non-refundable, but you can give them to someone else to use.
• This event is 21 and up. IDs will be checked at the door.
Traffic and parking can be unpredictable so be sure to give yourself plenty of time to arrive at the Museum. Parking information and directions can be found here.
TACO MANIA IS HERE
$2 Tacos • $7 combos
From event website:
Triton Garden Gallery has been featured in the Encinitas Garden Festival twice, the Off Track Gallery Mother’s Day Tour and the Community Resource Center Garden Tour. Media coverage includes:
Guitarist Jimmy Patton • Chef Brandon Brooks • Artist Donna Butnik • Special Duet Performance by Ella
Enjoy Jimmy Patton live in concert, fantastic four course tasting menu, gorgeous paintings by Donna, cash bar featuring Handley Cellar Wines and Mike Hess Beer, stellar silent auction and free gift bags full of local gourmet goodies. New scrumptious Brooks & Landry charcuterie goods will be available for sale. Chill in the colorful seascape garden filled with sensational landscaping and art.
Olivewood Gardens Benefit Tasting Menu:
Breakfast in the Garden: smoked pork belly, sweet potato, sweet red pepper, green onion, orange infused hollandaise, ancho chile bread crumbs
Sopa Fria de Aguacate: fresh avocado, lime, hatch chile, red onion, heirloom tomato, cilantro
Yellowtail Crudo: locally caught yellowtail jack, passion fruit and lime, serrano pepper, cucumber, Epazote
Apples & Brie: braised cinammon apples, baked brie tart, vanilla bean caramel
Triton Garden Spa Water: pineapple mint, organic lemon
Tickets are $65 or $75 at the door. All proceeds from ticket sales and the silent auction benefit the Olivewood Gardens and Learning Center.
Please note that all ticket sales are non-refundable.
Note: this event is being held in our pivate North Shore Encinitas home. Please park for free outside the association at the Encinitas Library or Encinitas City Hall.
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Join us at Curds and Wine to learn the basics of making wine from fresh grapes! We will go through the processes involved, chemistry testing, and the equipment you will need, with demonstrations of the use of equipment commonly used for winemaking.
*Must be 21 or over to attend. Paid participants ONLY admitted to seminar.
Purchase of fresh grapes is not included; grapes must be purchased separately and wine made at home from fresh grapes. No wine is made in this class!
Your receipt of your online purchase will serve as your ticket for attending the seminar.
Preserving and Dehydration: One of the best ways to cut your food bills and eat more soundly is to take advantage of seasonal surplus produce. Learn to select, prepare and set up dehydration systems, as well as storage considerations.