https://tickets.thetrustees.org/calendar/64020359ce6895230db4c631?view=list Powisset Farm
37 Powisset Street
Dover, MA 02030
Classes, Food, LGBTQ+, Social Good
It isn’t easy being Queen. At this culinary experience during Pride Month, you’ll learn about the Queen of pollinators and the delicious honey the bee community makes for mere mortals to enjoy. A collaboration between Master Beekeeper Pete Fryckman and Powisset’s Chef Thi, the evening will share the wonders of beekeeping, and the flavor profiles of fresh honey combined with a lesson in creating seeded honey for culinary use. We’ll sample honeyed bits and bites including cheeses, meats, farm veggies and more, all while sipping honey infused cocktails. You’ll leave this evening inspired, and provisioned with new knowledge, delicious recipes and an elevated appreciation of the importance of bees — and Queens — in our daily lives.
Pete Fryckman is the 95th graduate of the Cornell University Master Beekeeper program, a member of the Eastern Apicultural Society, MASSBEE, and the Norfolk County Beekeepers Association; he is a favorite mentor to new beekeepers.
Included in this class:
Pre-registration is required. Please Note: Powisset is NOT a nut-free or gluten-free kitchen.
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Cancellation Policy: In the event The Trustees cancels a program due to severe weather, low enrollment, or other circumstances, we will notify registrants by email and issue a full refund or transfer to another scheduled program within two weeks of the cancellation. To cancel a reservation, please contact Powisset Farm 7 days prior to the start of the program to receive a full refund. Refunds will not be granted for cancellations placed fewer than 7 days before the start of the program.
*Food availability and prices have necessitated minor increases in the cost of cooking classes effective January 1, 2023