Fermented Drinks with Peter Barrett, Cook Blog
- 37b north front street, kingston, ny 12401
Soda, kombucha, mead, vinegar… did you know that all of these delicious liquids can be fermented in your kitchen with very little effort and no fancy gadgetry?
In this workshop, we’ll explore this part of the fermentation spectrum, making tepache (a fermented beverage made from the peel and rind of pineapples), ginger beer, coffee kombucha, sumac vinegar and a brew of wild autumn herbs to demonstrate the many possibilities these techniques can unlock.
We’ll have some mature examples on-hand for tasting, and everyone will take home a couple jars of what we make to ferment at home. To read Peter’s recently published feature in Chronogram on DIY Natural Sodas click here.
$90 per student includes 3hr workshop and recipes PLUS tastings and take-home-what-you-make.
845 514 2300 to book or click the link to purchase tickets now.
Peter Barrett has been a food writer in the Hudson Valley for over ten years. He’s the author and photographer of “Project 258: Making Dinner at Fish & Game” about the James Beard Award-winning restaurant in Hudson, but his primary focus has always been on serious home cooking. He grows, preserves, and cooks as much of his own food as possible—which turns out to be quite a lot—and teaches others to do the same through his writing and classes. Follow him on Instagram @cookblog
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