Wednesday, November 29, 2017 - 11:00am to 4:00pm
The Seasoned Spoon is pleased to announce the return of our fall Craft fair. A wonderful occasion to treat yourself for completing all those assignments or to pick up seasonal gifts for family and friends. Come by the café and discover delightful, unique, artisanal creations of all kinds. Join in the fun, get inspired, support local artists.
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Bagel Making 101
Monday, November 20, 2017 - 5:00pm to 7:00pm
Bagel Making 101- At the Seasoned Spoon
Join local experts Tom and Myra in learning how to make the holiest of all breads!
In this hands-on workshop, you will learn the easy steps to make classic bagels from scratch. Enjoy the authentic flavor of Montreal/NY style bagels without leaving your own kitchen. After biting into a warm bagel fresh from the oven you'll never want to settle for anything less!
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Making Connections: Food Waste & Climate Change
Wednesday, November 15, 2017 - 5:00pm to 7:00pm
Making Connections: Food Waste & Climate Change- Seasoned Spoon Cafe
$5 or PWYC
This hands-on, creative workshops with KWIC seeds for justice will make the connections between the food you scrape off your plate, climate change, water and the environment!
Spanish Cooking Workshop
Monday, November 6, 2017 - 5:30pm to 7:30pm
Spanish Cooking - At the Seasoned Spoon
$5 or PWYC
Registration is required***
The Seasoned Spoon and the Trent Spanish Club are teaming up to teach some traditional Spanish cooking in this sizzling hot workshop. Join us in preparing a few dishes together and sharing our sensational creations at the end. Take recipes home with you to bring some Spanish flavour into your kitchen.
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Fall Feast Community Meal
Thursday, October 19, 2017 - 5:00pm to 9:00pm
Fall Feast Community Meal
Join the Seasoned Spoon café and the Trent Vegetable Gardens for our first community meal of the School year! This delicious fall feast will feature fresh campus grown foods and is open for everyone and anyone to attend on a pay what you can basis. Following the meal we welcome Trent Oxfam and the Kawartha World Issues Centre in leading a live action climate change awareness activity. We hope you can join us for an evening of dining, celebration, community and awareness building
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Thursday, October 12, 2017 - 3:00pm to 6:00pm
Scarecrow Making Workshop-
Meet in the Field Garden at 3:00pm ot the Cafe at 2:30pm.
$5 or pwyc
**Please RSVP for this event so we know how many supplies to gather**
A perfect fall activity to share with family and friends. Join us in the Trent Field garden for an afternoon of fun with fall crafts. There will be plenty of scarecrow making & pumpkin carving shenanigans plus maybe even some hot drinks or snacks to be shared. Make it a potluck if you like and bring something along! If you’ve ever had the itching to make your own scarecrow, now is your chance! Use your creations for home decoration or bring them over to the Spoon and help us decorate for our Community meal the following week!
Mead Making Workshop
Wednesday, October 4, 2017 - 5:00pm
This event is $5 or PWYC
Learn how to make your own Honey wine using 100% local ingredients in this exciting
workshop! From its historical and cultural significance to its nutritional, and even
environmental benefits, mead making is seeing a resurgence in popularity, and you can start
making your own at up to 18% alcohol, with very little start-up money while supporting farmers
and the local economy! Darian Bacon from the Harvest Gathering will lead you through the
process step -by -step and answer any questions you have along the way. There will samples
and handouts provided as well as electronic resources to pursue this hobby at home. Please
bring along your questions, experiences, stories, and ideas!
Haudenosaunee Corn: Traditional Cooking and Preparation
Monday, October 2, 2017 - 5:30pm
$5 or PWYC
Join the Flint Corn Project and the Seasoned Spoon Cafe for a workshop on traditional methods
of preparing Haudenosaunee corn. Nikki Auten from the Flint Corn project will lead participants
in preparing and cooking traditional recipes together such as corn bread and corn mush.
Participants will also get the chance learn a little bit about the Flint Corn Project and the history
of corn as a main staple of the Haudenosaunee food system. We will, of course, feast on these nutritious and delicious dishes together before the evening is through!
Cider Making Drop In
Saturday, September 30, 2017 - 12:00pm
$5 or PWYC
Join the Seasoned Spoon and the SAFS society for an afternoon of fun with apple
cider. During this casual drop in session, we will be pressing freshly picked apples
from around campus into delicious cider on the Seasoned Spoon patio. All are
welcome to join for any part of the afternoon. Pop by for a quick visit during lunch
or stay for the whole time to see the process through to the end. It’s the perfect
outdoor fall activity to enjoy with friends and community, so come learn a little
about cider making.
Farm to Table Tour
Thursday, September 21, 2017 - 5:00pm to 7:00pm
*Meet at the Cafe*
Join the Seasoned Spoon Café and the Trent Vegetable Gardens for this unique and exciting field-to-table tour as part of local food month organized by Farms at Work and Transition Town Peterborough
Experience Trent’s field-to-table food system first hand! For over 10 years the Seasoned Spoon café and the Trent Vegetable Gardens have been partnering together to cultivate a field-to-table campus food system, providing students and community members with access to affordable, sustainably produced foods and hands-on learning opportunities from seed to fork. Join us as we make our way through the stunning café space, off-the grid root cellar, rooftop garden, community garden and more! Expect some beautiful views and delicious food samples and as part of this tour.
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