Eating fresh in CNY Winter

Baltimore Woods Nature Center brings farmers and food providers from Central New York together to share their bounty of fresh foods on Thursday, Jan. 20, 6 to 8:30 p.m., at 4007 Bishop Hill Road, Marcellus, Ample free parking is available.

Presenting a startling abundance of fresh foods available in the middle of winter, grazing stations set up in the Nature Center encourage guests to sample the variety of fresh, locally raised and produced foods on offer. Dishes include organic, roasted free range turkey and pork, elk meat in a rich, hearty stew, and pasture raised beef. Cheeses, eggs, fresh greens, apples, and local honey used for soup, pasta, quiche, and desserts complement the meat dishes.

Local area farmers, food providers and chefs contributing to this event include Back Forty Elk Farm, October Rose Farm, Cayuga Fields, Blue Danube, Mu Mu Museli, Owens Orchards, Linck Apiaries, Drover Hill Farm, Elderberry Pond Country Foods, Stone's Throw Farm, Flour City Pasta, Wake Robin, and WW Longhorn Ranch.

Tickets to the event are available at Baltimore Woods Nature Center, and at the Syracuse Regional Market; call 673-1350 for locations. Cost of tickets is $20/pp for Baltimore Woods Nature Center members and $30/pp for nonmembers. Become a member today and receive the reduced price. Call 673-1350 to purchase tickets and memberships by phone. Call for more information, or visit www.baltimorewoods.org.

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