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10:00am-12:00pm. Get a hands-on experience in planning your garden for the spring and summer seasons. Learn about vegetables and varieties appropriate for the warm season climate, companion plants, garden tracking, and harvest calendars.
$25.00 
6:30-8:30pm. In this class, we will show you how to select, sharpen, care for and store your knives. Then you'll learn how to slice, dice, chop and chiffonade like a pro.
$35.00 
03/04/2017, 9am-12pm | 03/08/2017, 7:00-8:30pm | 03/11/2017 9am-12pm. If you are a new gardener or new to gardening in Central Texas, and if you are looking for a holistic introduction to organic food growing, then this class is just for you. Taught by expert food gardeners, this 3-part series combines hands-on activities and classroom discussion to provide participants with the knowledge and skills needed to start and maintain an organic, sustainable food garden.
$60.00 
1:00-3:00 pm. In this class, you will learn how to create homemade link sausages, including: how to select, cut, prep, season and grind meat; types of casings and where to buy; safe food handling for meat; tools and techniques for stuffing, tying and cooking your sausages.
$55.00 
6:30-8:00pm. In this class, Hat Creek Provisions will show you how to make homemade fermented sauerkraut. You will learn the stages of fermentation, troubleshooting common problems, and how to store your pickles when they are ready.
$40.00 
6:30-8:30pm. In this class you will learn how to extract honey from a hive without the use of expensive, bulky extractors. We will teach you how to identify when and how much to harvest, and then do a live demonstration of several methods for extracting, filtering, and bottling your honey to ensure most of the pollen and healthy enzymes remain in the honey.
$50.00 
6:30-8:30pm. Learn the art of seasoning your food with herbs and transform the "so-so" into sublime. Using fresh herbs from SFC's The Happy Kitchen herb garden, we will prepare dishes that feature herbs as main ingredients and quick, herb-infused accompaniments that bring the season's flavors to your plate.
$35.00 
6:30-8:30pm. Whether you are just getting started in the kitchen or giving your diet a reboot, join us and learn how to make quick, healthy dishes using in-season, locally grown ingredients.
$30.00 
6:30-8:30pm. In this class, we will show you how to select, sharpen, care for and store your knives. Then you'll learn how to slice, dice, chop and chiffonade like a pro.
$35.00 
April. 25, 6:00-8:00pm & April 26, 6:00-8:00pm. At this interactive training, we will focus on strategies for successful collaboration. We'll learn strategies for making decisions as a group, as well as how to draw the best from diverse personalities and leadership styles to build strong teams.
FREE 
9:00am-12:00pm. This class is dedicated to learning how to inspect a honey bee hive. This class is perfect for new beekeepers, or those preparing to start their own hives soon. Learn how, when, and why you should conduct hive inspections.
$95.00 
2:00-4:00pm. In this class, you'll learn how to save seeds from your own garden. We'll cover the full seed saving process including planning, harvesting, processing, and storage.
$25.00 
10:00am-12:30pm. Celebrate Mother's Day by learning how to make a special meal for your mom or bring your kids (age 10 and up) and create happy memories of time together in the kitchen. Discover the healing potential of spices and herbs like - ginger, cumin, turmeric, black pepper, tulsi, and more as you learn how to make Indian-inspired brunch dishes and drinks.
$45.00 
May 16, 6:00-8:00pm & May 17, 6:00-8:00pm. In this interactive training, we will cover: locating community support and resources for your garden, accessing land and water, organizing a strong garden team, school-specific strategies and guidelines, garden management, and more.
FREE 
10:00am-12:00pm. Join Tye Lewis, owner of Tye Cooks Austin, in The Happy Kitchen to learn about the flavors and techniques of Thai cooking. Using ingredients fresh from SFC's teaching garden, Tye will demonstrate how to make popular Thai street foods, noodle dishes and sauces.
$40.00 
6:30-8:30pm. In this class, we will show you how to select, sharpen, care for and store your knives. Then you'll learn how to slice, dice, chop and chiffonade like a pro.
$35.00 
6:30-8:00pm. Allison Teegardin, from Dragonfly Dog Bowl, will show you how to turn food scraps, leftovers and odds-and-ends from your pantry, as well as inexpensive but high food-value ingredients, into real food your dog will love.
$40.00 
9:00am-12:00pm. The seed to plate concept offers a unique learning experience, and by engaging kids in the garden and kitchen with growing, harvesting and preparing foods, it empowers them to make healthy living and eating choices.
$40.00 
12:00-2:00pm. In this hands-on class, chef Raymundo Rios of Tortilleria Doņa Toņa will show you how easy it is to make authentic Mexican street food. You will learn how seasonal Central Texas ingredients combine perfectly with the versatility of the Mexican street food genre. Even if you have dietary restrictions, Mexican flavors and foods are within your reach.
$40.00 
10:00 am-noon. Join Akshaya, from My Ayurvedic Kitchen, as she opens up her spice box and teaches you about the healing potential of spices and herbs like - ginger, cumin, turmeric, black pepper, tulsi, and more.
$40.00 
12:00-2:00pm. Whether you like it hot or mild, salsa adds something special to all kinds of dishes! SFC Farmers' Market vendor Ricardo Cruz from El Cruz Ranch returns to The Happy Kitchen, this time to teach you how to make authentic Mexican salsas that feature the best of summer's fruits and vegetables.
$40.00 

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