Where the Redfearn Grows is a small local family farm that focuses on growing for their CSA members. We use sustainable, natural practices to grow fresh vegetables.
Kansas City Food Circle Members will meet at the farm near Indepedence at 3pm. We will take a tour of this great farm and wrap up with a mini happy hour. Pick up your free member tickets today! Bring your a friend or your family and join us on September 13th!
(Psst! Not a member yet? Join here.)
Borgman’s Dairy is on a not-so-secret mission to create dairy products that connect you and your family to our local agriculture in a special, delicious way.
During this class we will share the recipes, planning techniques, and resources to make fresh goat cheese. You also get the chance to taste some of the other luscious things we make!
As a "Thanks!" for attending this unique class, the Kansas City Food Circle is giving every ticket holder a jar of Borgman's amazing Cheesecake in a Jar (Yes! Cheesecake! in a Jar!) You an also buy some of Borgman's famous Cajeta, a goat milk caramel. It's just a little addictive, so be prepared! We can't wait to see you!
Join us from 10:30-12:30p to learn the secret to amazing ice cream!
H&C Ice Cream makes handcrafted, small-batch ice cream from locally sourced ingredients to create a fresh frozen treat for the whole family. Keeping flavors local, natural and enjoyable is key to making the best tasting ice cream. In addition to ice creams made with dairy and egg, they also make sugar free vegan flavors as well as ice cream for dogs.
Ice cream started out as a hobby with a small machine and a big hunger for flavors not found in stores. It has grown into a company in it's second season selling at farmers markets in the Kansas City area with the belief that you can make something great using local and organic ingredients.
$35 for Kansas City Food Circle Members
$45 for non members (not a member yet ? You can join here!)
The Sundry is offering a discount to our members after class. Flash your Eat Local & Organic Dining Card and take $5 off your bill.