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Feast & Forage Walk & Dinner with Chef Connor Hartman & Herbalist Colleen O’Bryant

Calendar   Rappahannock County Artisan Trail
Location Wild Roots Apothecary, 4 River Lane, Sperryville, Virginia 22740
Date Sunday, March 31, 2019 at 12:00pm - 5:00pm
Duration   5 hours
Cost $85 early bird, $95 after 2/28
Description

Join us for an afternoon of exploration to gain a deeper connection to the plants and their culinary and medicinal uses.

Colleen O’Bryant, herbalist, will begin the afternoon with a guided walk around her Apothecary in Sperryville to forage for some of the meal’s ingredients. She will discuss her favorite plants: both the traditional medicinal uses and
their culinary preparations.

After the foraging walk, we will sit down and enjoy a foraged feast by Connor Hartman, with an expertly crafted and unique seven-course supper based on the botanical roots of our woods and Appalachia.

This will be a day to celebrate, educate and expand your knowledge of both the culinary and medicinal uses of plants and the magic that they are.

In the event that the day is not hospitable to our adventures we will have a rain date.

Details

Sunday, March 31, 2019

Wild Roots Apothecary 4 River Lane Sperryville, VA 22740

12:00 - 5:00 pm

$85/per person (early bird pricing until February 28th) $95/per person (starting February 29)

Ticket Sales Close: March 23rd

Registration: 12pm

Guided Botanical Plant Walk with Colleen: 12:30-1:30pm

Foraged Supper with Connor: 2:00-5:00pm

More about Connor:

Connor Hartman has spent the last
decade working for some of the country’s most forward thinking
restaurants spanning from coast to coast. His travels have led him to
hold positions in the kitchens of southern food mecca Husk in
Charleston, S.C., the three Michelin starred Inn at Little Washington,
nestled in the foothills of the Blue Ridge, and to an archipelago off
the coast of Washington State to work for The Willows Inn, a destination
restaurant lauded for its use of hyper-local and inventive cuisine. And
over the years, with his extensive knowledge of the land, he has
supplied some of the nation’s best kitchens with wild foraged
delicacies. Currently, Connor has rooted himself back to the Blue Ridge
and holds the title of Sous Chef at Three Blacksmiths
(who was just voted #2 Best New Restaurant by USA Today). His passion
for community, traditional food-ways and native flora has cultivated his
style into a cuisine that truly speaks of time and place. One that is
both enchanting yet familiar. An experience that’s new but allows you to
feel at home.

More About Colleen:
Colleen O’Bryant started loving
plants and their magic as a little girl climbing trees to pick the not
quite ripe plums of the forest. She now picks the plums at their peak
and enjoys all the fruits of the forest. Owner and practicing herbalist
at Wild Roots Apothecary, Colleen’s goal in life is to share her passion
of plants with as many folks who will listen by teaching classes,
bringing people along on the adventure of re-discovering traditional
herbal medicine and expanding her herbal repertoire on a daily basis.

Buy tickets here: https://www.wildrootsapothecary.com/collections/classes-workshops/products/march-31-feast-forage-walk-dinner-with-chef-connor-hartman-herbalist-colleen-obryant

Additional Info Link https://www.wildrootsapothecary.com/collections/classes-workshops/products/march-31-feast-forage-walk-dinner-with-chef-connor-hartman-herbalist-colleen-obryant
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