Whether as food, in vinegar, cocktails, mocktails or medicine, bitters are a part of the whole “Local” movement — and seasonal, too. This Bitter Revival combines herbal traditions with modern curiosity & creativity. Join us for an informational evening & a hands–on experience.
Each person participating in the hands–on part of this workshop is asked to bring a local apple and a small jar partially filled with alcohol (vodka, bourbon or ____? high proof or not) In addition, we will need small donations of a few spices to share, such as cinnamon sticks, allspice berries, coriander seeds, &/or whole cloves. If desired, bring a few favorites for yourself: c/s dried dandelion root, burdock root, gentian?
Carol will bring other ingredients & we’ll create a sample to take home…
Carol Jacobs is a life–long student of the plants and a graduate of the Rocky Mountain Center for Botanical Studies. She’s that ‘Herbalus Educatorus’ from the Driftless Region (MN, WI, IA) who loves to play in the kitchen & have those wild tea parties. She has worked in the woodlands & prairies of the Midwest Corridor for many, many years, and has organized educational activities for adults & children for many more.