PCFG Cooking Demonstration at the Long Island Garlic Festival!
As mentioned, the two of us will be at the Long Island Garlic Festival, this year! After going last year as consumers, we decided going as vendors this year would be a great opportunity to share some of our yummy food with everybody. In case you’re wondering, here’s what’s on the menu:
Garlic Infused Popcorn – Good old-fashioned popcorn cooked in and with garlic and garlic spices. Has a light garlic flavor, and slight saltiness to it, and is perfect for snacking.
Garlic Lemonade – So much better than it sounds in your head. The cooking process cooks the flavors together, making for its own unique taste, instead of just tasting like garlicky lemonade.
Garlic Naan Flatbread (only available at PCFG Cooking Demo) – Traditional Indian flatbread with a garlic paste kneaded directly into the dough before grilling. If you’ve ever had naan, you can imagine how good this is.
Meg A. and I will be doing a cooking demo presentation at the event tent at 11:00am, teaching you how to make the garlic naan, and mentioning lots of other nifty tricks and advice for cooking with garlic. Free samples abound! If you don’t catch us there, check us out at our vendor stand selling garlic popcorn and garlic lemonade. Vampires beware, however, Meg and I plan on pre-gaming for the festival, if you get my drift.
Saturday September 20th 10am – 6pm: Come see our cooking demo at 11:00am, and visit our tent all day!
Sunday September 21st 11am: If you missed our cooking demo, we’ll be repeating it on Sunday too.
Admission is $3 per person, sold at the farm grounds of Garden of Eve in Riverhead, NY. The festival runs all day from 10am until 6pm and parking is free! If you live here, or will be in the New York/Long Island area, please come check it out and support us! For more information, visit http://www.gardenofevefarm.com/garlic-festival.htm
Thanks! Hope to see you all there!
Posted on September 17, 2014, in Etcetera and tagged events, garlic, new york, smells. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.
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