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2017-04-06

Garden Gourmet: Preserving and Serving the Harvest

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A Garden Gourmet program will be held from 9:30 am to 2:30 pm April 12 at the Don Strange Ranch, 103 Waring Welfare Road, in Boerne.
The program, which has the theme Preserving and Serving the Harvest, is part of the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service’s statewide Backyard Basics initiative to help Texans learn how to grow, prepare and preserve their own food.
“The Garden Gourmet program is a collaborative effort of AgriLife Extension offices in Bandera, Blanco, Bexar, Comal, Gillespie, Kendall, Kerr, Medina and Uvalde counties,” said Angela Fiedler, AgriLife Extension agent for family and consumer sciences, Kerr County.
The program will offer various hands-on workshops, including Gourmet Greens, Container Gardening, Let’s Pickle, Shabby Chic in the Garden, Yogurts and Smoothies, Sauerkraut Time, Salsas and Your Salsa Garden, and Vegan Feast. It will also feature Bob Webster, host of the KTSA Garden Show.
Fiedler said there also will be an “Ask the Expert” station where people can have their garden questions and concerns answered by Texas A&M AgriLife Extension county agents.
The cost is $55 and includes lunch, refreshments and all educational instruction.
Participants will also have the opportunity to have a free soil sample tested. Once registered, instructions for sample collection will be sent.
Online registration with credit card payment is available at: https://gardengourmetatdonstrangeranch.eventbrite.com
To register and pay with cash or check, complete the form at the bottom of the program flyer, which can be found at http://kendall.agrilife.org/. Once completed, the form can be mailed with payment to Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service, Kendall County, 210 E. San Antonio, Suite #9, Boerne, Texas 78006. It may also be brought to the office at its physical location, 118 Saunders in Boerne. Make checks payable to Kendall Ag Fund.
The registration deadline is April 10.