Chesapeake Farm & Bay to Table: Gift-Giving, Tasty & Easy
The December 1 online episode of Chesapeake Farm & Bay to Table focuses on tasty and easy gift-giving and features a visit to the 32nd Street Farmers Market to explore the many artisan foods that make perfect gifts. Chef John Shields and Harford County Public Library CEO Mary Hastler will show viewers how to make Old Bay® Peanut Brittle and Black Rock Orchard Apple Butter. In addition, guest chef Pam Miller of Charlottetown Farm will join Chef John and Hastler in preparing a step-by-step guide to making Cajeta (a goat milk caramel sauce).
To sign up to view "Gift-Giving, Tasty & Easy," visit HCPLonline.org. Advanced registration, including a valid email address, is requested. Once registered, participants will receive a confirmation email from Zoom with a link to the program and a unique password to access the event.
The December 1 episode of "Chesapeake Farm & Bay to Table" is presented in partnership with Harford County Public Library, Our Common Table, Chef John Shields' restaurant Gertrude’s at the Baltimore Museum of Art, Black Rock Orchard, Charlottetown Farm and the 32nd Street Farmers Market.