The Farmhouse Kitchen

Farmhouse Kitchen

  • January Classes Switch to Virtual

    Virtual Classes are back! Due to high rates of Covid virus infections throughout the county, we have been shifted back to virtual classes for the month of January. Messages are being sent to all registrants with specific information for their…

Mission Statement

The Farmhouse Kitchen is a shared-use, commercial kitchen facility.  It provides kitchen space for local food entrepreneurs to explore new food business ideas with minimum capital investment or existing food businesses to sustain and scale-up.  Our space allows farmers to make value-added products from their raw agricultural produce.

In addition to kitchen rentals, the Farmhouse Kitchen is also equipped for cooking demonstrations, educational classes and training. The kitchen is also available for private functions.

 

The Farmhouse Recipe Box

Visit our virtual recipe box for seasonal recipes. We are adding recipes and cooking tips regularly.

Class Descriptions/Sign up

About Our Classes

Classes at The Farmhouse Kitchen offer opportunities for aspiring home cooks to learn from seasoned professionals. Class size is limited so students receive personal attention, and each class features ample tastings or a light meal, and class-made-creations to enjoy at home.

  • Making Mozzarella From Scratch

    Learn the basics of using rennet to turn milk into cheese in a mozzarella-making demonstration. Then Chef Tamara Christians will take you through hands-on techniques for stretching a sweet, tender curd into your own fresh mozzarella balls. We’ll wrap up class with a cheese tasting... Sign up

  • Mommy and Me “Boho” Dreamcatchers

    Mommies, and Daddies!  Join Ivy on Ocean in learning how to create a beautiful “boho” dreamcatcher of your own creation with your little one! It is the perfect event for ages 6-12 to make a beautiful dreamcatcher to hang in... Sign up

  • The Organic Garden: Principles of Seed Germination

    Liam Duffy’s Organic Garden series begins with a hands on introduction to successful seeding and germination for farmers and home gardeners alike. We will talk about the heirloom New Jersey plants we will be growing, as well as seeding techniques and... Sign up

  • Valentines Day Tiramisu Trifles

    Surprise your honey with this delicious dessert for Valentine’s Day or any day! In this hands-on class Chef Fran of The Flavorful Fork will teach us to make Individual Tiramisu Trifles with espresso-dipped ladyfingers and mascarpone cream.   Sign up

  • French Macarons For Galentines

    French macarons are a treat for the eye as well as the taste buds. Join Cara Griffin of Sift Bake Shop in the Farmhouse Kitchen to learn how these rainbow-hued gems are made. Cara Griffin will teach the art involved in making perfectly chewy... Sign up

  • Backyard Biodiversity: Building a Stronger Garden

    An introduction to what makes the colors, textures and tastes that grow in your backyard. Jeff Quattrone of the Seed Library of Burlington County explores the importance of biodiversity in our home and “wild” landscapes, and how to use biodiversity... Sign up

  • Farmstead Cheese Class

    In this hands-on class‚ we build on the principles taught in our mozzarella classes. Learn the tricks to using different coagulants while we make three classic farmstead cheeses from different parts of the globe: goat cheese, cottage cheese, and paneer.... Sign up

  • Winter Relief: Making Beeswax Lip Balms

      Winter winds can be devastating to sensitive skin. Meet Homesteader, Amanda Rodriguez in the Farmhouse Kitchen to make our own natural beeswax lip balms. We will discuss natural scents and flavors as well as where to source the best... Sign up

  • Gnocchi-fest: Making and Saucing Pillowy Gnocchi

    Chef Cara is back in the Farmhouse Kitchen teaching the techniques of making light and airy gnocchi. This potato-based pasta is a classic and learning how to keep the dough light is key to a successful plate. We will discuss... Sign up