Caribbean Cruise Series Jamaica (Class Closed)
Pumpkin Soup, Curried Lamb with Mango Chutney, Coconut Rice and Peas, Duckunoo (Sweet Potato Dessert)
Please note the menu items above are tentative, and subject to change based on what’s seasonally available!
Caribbean Cruise Series
Explore the cultural “pepper pot” of various island cuisines. We will highlight the local food specialties that evolved from their heritage countries of influence.
Cost: $90/person–includes apron to take home & nourishing recipes
Class size limited to 12
Our limited number of cooking classes is snuggled in between our busy farm harvest seasons. Each class is unique and especially developed for its scheduled day so we can highlight the regional, farm food ingredients of the season. Our classes are taught using a combination of cooking demonstration by our expert chef, Sherry Swanson, and hands-on preparation by the class participants. Jean Jones, Registered Dietitian-Nutritionist, discusses the cultural and nutritional aspects of the foods we are studying. Farm educator, Emily Freund, organizes the class presentations and offers sound cooking advice while we cook together. We conclude each class by dining at our ample farm table, enjoying a specially selected glass of Jones wine. Students leave with copies of our simple, flavorful recipes and other relevant information.
This class is full, registration is closed.
To complete your registration, please be sure to hit the Submit Order button. Once you have successfully registered and placed your order, you will receive an email confirmation from Jones Family Farms.
If you wish to use a Gift Certificate, please contact harvestkitchen [at] jonesfamilyfarms.com with your name, phone number, gift certificate number and the class you are interested in attending. A member of our Kitchen Team will be in touch to complete your registration.
Other class registration options include registering in person using cash, check or charge at the Jones Winery Tasting Room, open seasonally (please check our Winery page for hours).
Be good to the land and the land will be good to you.
Philip James JONES, FARM FOUNDER, 1821-1912