It’s Starting to Look A Lot Like Workshops


It’s hard to believe that a month ago the studio was torn apart, walls busted out, plumbing broken, everything in disarray. I’m getting ready for the art and cooking retreat this coming Saturday and Sunday, and everything in the studio is back in shape and ready to roll. This retreat is completely filled, and I’m very excited about it! It’s going to be a blast.

If you’re interested in coming to a retreat at the farm, there are still a few spaces available for the June cheesemaking/baking/herbs and soapmaking retreat. Get all the info here.

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on April 22, 2014  

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  1. 4-23

    Do you need an official taste tester? I am qualified in meats, cheeses, and baked goods, especially peperoni rolls, West Virginia style.

  2. 4-28

    The retreat was great!! Tam-e & myself enjoyed this weekend event. It was fun and relaxing, and now that I’m back home……Well, let’s put it this way, I want to be on the farm again.

    You did a great job, enjoyed the cooking and painting class!

    We hope to be able to enjoy another weekend with you in the future!


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