Riverford Wicked Leeks

Special events

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Bread-Making Workshop

11th (sold out) & 12th (available) September 9.30am-3pm

Learn a variety of bread types and techniques from our Riverford chefs in this practical baking day with a little veg-magic thrown in.

You’ll be welcomed with coffee and London buns and go straight into making sourdough. From beetroot rye to parsnip & Cheddar soda bread, this hands-on workshop will teach you basics skills to elevate your bread to impressive levels.

You will take home a selection of breads made during the day plus a pot of ‘Peggy’ – our own sourdough starter culture to continue baking at home and enjoy a very special ‘working lunch’ in the Riverford Field Kitchen.

£48 for the day (including lunch). To book call 01803 762074

Jam making workshop

Autumn Preserving Workshop with Pam Corbin & Liz Neville

27th September 9.30am-3pm

Autumn Abundance Preserving Workshop with light working lunch in The Riverford Field Kitchen, hosted by course tutors “Pam the Jam” Corbin (Thursday Cottage/River Cottage) & "Queen of Jam" Liz Neville (Parrett Preserves/River Cottage). Learn a variety of preserving techniques using seasonal Riverford organic produce in this hands-on course from two of the UK's most famed preserving experts.

£59 for the day (including lunch). To book call 01803 762074.

Foraged Food & Beer Matching Night with Woodman’s Wild Ale & Barnaby’s Brewhouse

28th September 7pm

Stuart Woodman has been teaching foraging & wild cookery professionally for the past five years and his sold out wild booze workshops at Port Eliot Festival culminated in launching his own wild-microbrewery, Woodman’s Wild Ale, last year.

Stuart is equally at home cooking over an open fire, hosting wild food pop-ups in restaurants or woodland banquets. We are delighted to have Stu roaming our fields, poking around in our hedges & assisting us to create a wonderful night of Wild Food at The Riverford Field Kitchen.

We have teamed Woodman’s Wild Ales with local brewers Barnaby’s Brewhouse to produce two special beers for our supper. Barnaby’s Brewhouse are based at our neighbours on Hole Farm and are producing outstanding organic beers from Riverford spring water.

Stuart & Barnaby are collaborating on two foraged beers for this special night: Pineapple Weed Pale Ale & Hogweed Helles. There will also be other beers from their range to purchase on the night or take home.

£35 for three course foraged supper & two foraged beers click here.

Penny Hemmings’ “Grow Your Own” Workshop Calendar 2017

Our monthly hands on workshop with Riverford Head Gardener Penny in The Field Kitchen Garden, Polytunnel & Allotment. The course involves practical gardening from composting and planting to cropping, expert demos and a wealth of top tips to get the best out of your own vegetable patch & flower garden.

£48 for the day including light working lunch in The Riverford Field Kitchen.

Courses start with coffee in the Field Kitchen at 9.30am, finishing at 3pm.

Topics for each course:

  • 11th August: Planning & Planting for the winter: preparing your vegetable larder
  • 15th September: Harvesting & drying: how to preserve, use and arrange herbs & flowers
  • 6th October: Putting your garden to bed for the winter: seed saving & making the spring manageable
  • 8th December: Christmas Wreath Making Workshop morning
  • 9th December: Christmas Wreath Making Workshop morning

For more information or to book any of our events, email fieldkitchen@riverford.co.uk or call the Riverford Field Kitchen on 01803 762074.

If you'd like to know about other Riverford events at our farms, pub and Field Kitchen see our website page https://www.riverford.co.uk/aboutus/events-home.