Cooking Circles

Seasonal Cooking Circles

Spring

Stemming Strawberries
& Making Strawberry Shortcake

Making Fried Dandelions

Blackberry Picking Field Trip

to pick berries and freeze

Summer

Green Bean Snapping &

Making Pickles

Making & Canning Pesto

Making Fried Green Tomatoes

Fall

Making Apple Butter

Granola and Roasted Pumpkin Seeds

Making Infused Butter & Herb Salts

great for holiday gifts

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Cooking

Circles

Experience

Cooking Circles

Join us for a CommUnity Cooking Experience

We have cooking circles throughout the year to bring people together around the table for community connection while preserving  & preparing food together.    
We follow the seasons and preserve foods that are abundant in the garden and at the local farmers markets.

Find out when we are doing our next Cooking Circle, by checking our calendar.

You must pre-register for a spot at least 24 hours before the circle because food supplies must be prepared before you arrive.

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RSVP for an upcoming CommUnity Cooking Circle

Included in The Divine Life Playhouse Circle CommUnity Membership

Registration Details

$20 Pre-registration Required if not a Circle CommUnity Member

 

Please see our calendar for the next CommUnity Cooking Circle

Please reserve your space in Advance

Circle CommUnity Members may use code to waive the exchange cost
 

email frontdesk@thedivinelifeplayhouse.com or call The Divine Playhouse 615.258.4101 if you need any help

 


Exchange Agreement Coupons are accepted for this Activity
please email for more details & to discuss possible exchange ideas.

I grew up going down into my grandmas' cellar and looking through the pantry shelves to pick out family preserved vegetables and fruits. 

Grandma  Jane "Mawmaw,"  made the very best jams, jellies, and pickles.  Grandma Eva had peaches, tomatoes, and green beans for days.  

 

I loved going to pick out those jars to take home, but even more so,  I loved sitting around the table with my aunts when they were coming together to prepare everything to be canned or preserved. I can still see the big kitchen table covered in bowls, and I can still hear their voices as they shared their stories and figured out the world together.  These are the traditions we are keeping alive at our Cooking Circles.

~ Leslie Indigo

Family Traditions

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