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Cooking Classes w/ "Dinners at the Farm" Chef Rapp

Want to cook effortless, mouthwatering dishes for your guests this holiday season or anytime? Then register today for White Gate Farm's series of Farm Kitchen cooking classes featuring the Dinners at the Farm Chef Jonathan Rapp on January 8, 9 or 10 -- Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday --  3:00 to 9:00 pm. Chef Rapp will be coming down from his red truck where he orchestrates his magical dinners during the summers, allowing for a hands on cooking experience. 

COOKING FROM THE GROUND UP, is Jonathan's simple fresh approach to cooking in season. Learn uncomplicated farm-to-table cooking by first heading out to the fields and greenhouses with Jonathan and White Gate farm manager Susan Mitchell. Gather beautiful organic produce for the evening's four-course menu that students and chefs develop together. Then it's back to the kitchen where the team will prep and cook. Finally, participants will sit down together with some exceptional wine and enjoy the "fruits" of their labor. Each 6-hour class includes farm tour, professional instruction, hands-on participation, a full meal and wine tasting.  Classes are limited to 10 people.  Cost: $100 per person.

For more information and to reserve a spot, please email

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I had an amazing 12 course(!) tasting feast at Blue Hill at Stone Farms (restaurant at Stone Barns Center for Food & Agriculture in Pocantico Hills, NY) this past weekend with the emphasis of the unknown menu on farm to table delicacies -- they did not disappoint! So, I was very excited to see a hands-on opportunity to create our own farm to table menu right in my own backyard. I will definitely be signing up for one of White Gate Farm's cooking classes which will be the perfect prelude to Sun WineFest's Grand Tasting at Mohegan Sun! Thanks for bringing this wonderful cooking series to my attention!

January 8, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterJoAnn Cueva

Missed it...but I don't want to miss the sun wine fest!!

January 16, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterJen c

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