What makes our cooking classes unique?
Pick berries, pluck tomatoes, crunch asparagus, and smell herbs alongside Farmer Lu while you enjoy the summer breeze and the beautiful sunset on the farm.
Share farm stories and fun veggie facts with owner Karen Lee before you head back to the kitchen.
Watch a cooking demo featuring prep techniques and enjoy a delicious tasting with Stefanie Sacks, our in-house Culinary Nutritionist.
Get creative in small groups, with Karen and Stefanie by your side, as you prepare farm-to-plate recipes using the bounty from the farm.
Share a meal, make friends, try new foods, and get inspired.
TUESDAY July 24th 6pm-9pm
$150 per person
Glorious, sweet Heirloom tomatoes will be the highlight along with other delightful August favorites for bountiful and beautiful piled-high platters. Learn ways to use fresh produce to garnish, making your dishes beautiful and your guests dazzled.
MEET THE FARMERS & CHEF
STEFANIE SACKS, MS, CNS, CDN
Culinary Nutritionist | Author of What The Fork Are You Eating and Founder of REBOOT FOOD™ Speaker & Consultant
For over two decades, Sacks has helped transform the way people eat by using hands on culinary experiences to inspire, educate and offer practical tools for food lifestyle change. She has her Masters of Science in Nutrition from Teachers College, Columbia University, is a Certified Nutrition Specialist, Certified Dietitian Nutritionist and is a graduate of the Natural Gourmet Institute for Health and Culinary Arts.
KAREN LEE, FARM OWNER
Karen is a Registered Nurse with an MBA in Health Care Management from Boston University where she met her farmer husband, Fred. She has been a co-owner and manager at the farm since 1981, spearheading the retail component of the business, incorporating the certified organic kitchen, and developing all of the prepared food recipes. Her goal is to help customers reach their best health by providing nourishing fresh veggies, on-the-go food options, and simple cooking ideas.
LUCY SENESAC, FARM EDUCATOR
Lucy has been at Sang Lee Farms for the last 8 years. She came to the farm from WWOOFing in New Zealand after graduating with a degree in psychology and art. She has worked in most areas ranging from tractor work, farmer's markets to managing the farm camp and CSA program. She got her degree in nutrition from Institute for Integrative Nutrition and is also a certified health coach. She has become an integral part of the farm education through school tours and work with local school gardens.