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Farm-to-KITCHEN Demo for Kids with Siena Farms and Chef Ana Sortun
Presented by The Trustees of Reservations and Siena Farms
Siena Farms’ Kids’ CSA share members are invited to the KITCHEN at Boston Public Market to explore farm-to-table eating with Chef Ana Sortun of Oleana, Sarma, and Sofra!
In this demo, we’ll celebrate our Kids’ Share CSA members by learning how to transform some of Fall’s most delicious veggies into kid-friendly dishes that can be replicated at home by families. Enjoy seasonality at its best with delicious dishes like carrot burgers and butternut squash flatbreads, and pick up some tips and tricks from Chef Ana along the way!
About the Kids’ Share CSA
Designed for kids ages 6-12, the Kids’ Share aims to arm kids with delicious veggies and simple, engaging recipes to get them and their families in the kitchen.
Ana and Farmer Chris, owner of Siena Farms and Ana’s husband, first dreamt up the idea of a CSA share built specifically for kids (one of its kind in the country!) with their daughter, Siena, as a way of using their shared love of farm-to-table eating to promote a healthy and fun relationship with food from the start.
In addition to weekly boxes of straight-from-the-farm, seasonal veggies, each share includes themed-weekly newsletters with recipes, activities, and surprise gifts like seeds, kitchen gadgets, and more. Membership also includes a year-long subscription to ChopChop Magazine, a favorite by pediatricians and families across the country.
About Siena Farms
Siena Farms is an award-winning, 50-acre market farm growing diversified produce on the fertile soils of the Sudbury River valley, twenty-five miles west of Boston. We distribute our produce through our 500-member, year-round CSA, the Copley Square Farmers’ Market, our two Boston farm stores, and area restaurants including family-owned Oleana, Sofra, and Sarma. We grow our produce using the traditionally-sustainable farming practices of modern, biological agriculture, free of chemical pesticides, herbicides, and synthetic fertilizers. Read more about the farm here!