Busy weekend at Terhune Orchards

There’s always lots going on at Terhune Orchards, and this weekend is no exception, with food events on both Saturday and Sunday. Here’s the information just as it was sent to me, I’m doing the expedient thing here while I finish an editing project I’m working on. Closing in on finishing that! Have a delicious weekend friends, and think of me tied to my computer as you enjoy chocolate, wine, and herbs.

On Saturday, May 21, at 1:00pm:

Wine ChocoTerhune Orchards and Carol’s Creative Chocolatez have partnered for a special wine and chocolate tasting event. Guests will learn about the history of chocolate and Terhune Orchards Vineyard and Winery.
Then guests will enjoy an extended guided tasting of high quality single origin chocolates which have been expertly paired with Terhune Orchards wines. This event will not disappoint…..and everyone will be sure to leave with a better appreciation of chocolate and wine….and how they work together.
Tickets includes a souvenir glass to go home. For more details  CLICK
Tickets ($35) – call 609-924-2310 or available at the door as space allows.

And on Sunday at 1:00pm:
Herb classFresh herbs add flavor and aroma to dishes, taking them from ordinary to extraordinary. Pam will teach her popular herb class and tell you everything you need to know about herb gardening. Participants will gather in front of Pam’s herb garden at the farm, She will discuss different kinds of herbs, when to pick them, and how to use them in cooking. She will also help you plan the layout of your garden. The session will include how to winter over your herb garden, and Pam will share her favorite recipes that use fresh herbs such as rosemary, thyme, and sage. Potted herbs will be available for purchase. The class is free but reservations are requested 609-924-2310.
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One thought on “Busy weekend at Terhune Orchards

  1. Faith, Wine and Chocolate — what else do we need? Well, maybe new asparagus… Thank you always for your loyalty to the Locals who (in Terhune’s case) teach us always about the importance of nearby nature in the guise of food, and nearby farms, farmers and farmlands to the future of our county, state and country. c

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