Brunch is a great meal to share with friends, but can you really pull it all together by mid morning? Come enjoy a demonstration of how to keep it simple and delicious while meeting the brunch time frame and enjoying meal time with friends.
This will be a demonstration only class were you will have an interactive discussion while learning how to make, sage and rosemary buttermilk biscuits, fig walnut and orange scones, a seasonal citrus salad, whipped honey butter and light and delicious scrambled eggs.
The class will have 2 hours of demonstration time and end with a shared brunch.
How can I contact the organizer with any questions?
What’s the refund policy?
If you cancel at least 72 hours prior to a class, you will receive a full credit (not a cash refund, but a credit towards another class or for use in The Spoon Shop). After that, you may transfer your registration to someone else (we ask you to notify us in advance if you’re doing this). In the rare event that an instructor needs to cancel last minute, students will receive a full refund. We do not otherwise offer cash refunds.
Is my registration fee or ticket transferrable?
You may transfer your registration/ticket to someone else, for no fee. Please contact us directly to do that.
Join us for a day in the Garden at Pono Grown Farm Center with Evan Ryan on Saturday, February 10 from 9am-4pm. The Vegetable Garden Design and Care Workshop will cover all the basics you need to know to grow healthy organic food. Registration is required at https://hawaiihomegardens.com/classes/ for $75. Register soon as space is limited!
Evan Ryan is a permaculture designer, farmer, project manager and educator. He is the author of Hawai’i Home Garden: Growing Vegetables in the Subtropics using Holistic methods. In this workshop, Evan will teach holistic design, low cost methods, layout and design, plant propagation, organic fertilization, soil building and care, composting, and pest and weed management.
Pono Grown Farm Center located in Makawao, HI is a 501(c)(3) non-profit building a conscious community through connecting individuals to the land. Pono Grown is a 15-acre production farm with extensive vegetable gardens, fruit tree orchard, chickens and bees. Pono Grown Farm Center practices a model of production permaculture that utilizes holistic design principles to focus on diversity and localizing our resources. Check out additional information about Pono Grown Farm Center at http://ponogrown.org/
The Breadfruit Institute, National Tropical Botanical Garden, and Agroforestry Net will present Breadfruit Agroforestry: Regenerating Abundant, Resilient, and Profitable Landscapes. This workshop is for growers, processors, sellers, consumers, educators, policymakers, and others interested in breadfruit. Topics and presenters include: “Working with breadfruit varieties” with Dr. Diane Ragone; “Regenerative agroforestry with breadfruit” with Craig Elevitch; “Breadfruit tree planting, care, and pruning” with Heidi Bornhorst; “Developing value-added products from breadfruit” with John Cadman; and “Traditional Hawaiian breadfruit production.” The workshops are co-sponsored by Patagonia Provisions® and the State of Hawaii Department of Agriculture. Workshop fee includes lunch. Cost: $35. For more information and to register, visit breadfruit.info or email email@example.com