Turner Farm Teaching Kitchen
Cincinnati’s premier cooking class space!
The Turner Farm Teaching Kitchen offers cooking classes and a state-of-the-art learning experience where chefs and other food and wellness educators make sustainability and mindfulness into a delicious and edifying experience.
Built in an exquisitely renovated, 100-year-old, two-story barn, cooking classes in the kitchen offer space for a chef to work with as many as eight different two-person teams at a time. Additionally, the space features closed-circuit TV, with two cameras capturing the lecture for an enhanced learning environment for 50 guests.
The Teaching Kitchen was built in consultation with the Culinary Institute of American and is intended for cooking classes geared toward using fresh-grown ingredients in such a way that promotes bodily health and mental well-being. It is also a regular host of the University of Cincinnati Center for Integrative Health and Wellness to teach medical students and other health professionals valuable nutrition information, culinary skills and self-care practices. More information on these community classes can be found here.
For cooking class information, booking and availability, contact Mary Joseph at email@example.com
CANCELLATION POLICY: Due to the limited space availability, all payments for Turner Farm educational and cooking classes are non-refundable. In the event of inclement weather, classes proceed provided that the weather is safe for visitors to be on the farm. Turner Farm reserves the right to cancel events for any reason with a full refund provided to each participant.
TEACHING KITCHEN COOKING CLASSES
SOLD OUT — Stocks & Early Fall Soups
11:30 am-2 pm, Wednesday, October 2
Get ready for the chilly fall nights with a hands-on class focused on stocks and early fall soups. Learn the process of making stock, how to prepare stocks and soups cost-efficiently, and how to use seasonal ingredients to create sensational soups. Additionally, the class will cover the difference between stocks (and how to make them at home), as well as how to use them to produce more flavorful dishes beyond soups. Students will make their own soups, perfect for recreating throughout the fall and winter, and lunch will be included.
Early Registration: $80
After September 18th: $90
Beer Tasting & Discussion on Sustainability & Local Sourcing with Fibonnaci Brewing Company
6:30-8:30 pm, Monday, October 14
Join the Turner Farm Teaching Kitchen Team for an exceptional evening and beer tasting with the co-founders of Fibonacci Brewing Company, Bob and Betty Bollas. This is a unique opportunity for you to learn about what sustainability in brewing encompasses, as well as Fibonacci Brewing Company’s deep commitment to the Mt. Healthy and greater Cincinnati community through the use of locally sourced ingredients.
During the class we will taste five beers that highlight the breadth and depth of Fibonacci’s current beer selection, and the Turner Farm Teaching Kitchen will provide some light bites for your enjoyment throughout the class.
The five beers will be Ober Verde Kolsch with tomatillos and other ingredients for a salsa verde, Compton Horapha Cream Ale with Thai basil, honey, and lemon, Dummy Tripel Cantaloupe, Hello, World! Braggot with honey and mint, and Pepo Porter with pumpkins.
$35 per person
Teen Cooking: Pasta from Scratch
4:30-6:30 pm, Tuesday, October 15
Making pasta from scratch is something that anyone of any age can master—and it’s a great skill to learn as a teenager. Have your young adult join the Turner Farm Teaching Kitchen to learn the steps of pasta making and cooking, as well as sauces that flaunt their hard work. Few spots will be available to maximize hands-on time and coaching!
Early Registration: $65
After October 1st: $75
Date Night: Fall Pastas
6:30-8:30 pm, Wednesday, October 16
Pasta from scratch tends to be really daunting, but when you break it down there are really only a few key ingredients and steps. Bring your favorite person to the Turner Farm Teaching Kitchen for a fall pasta date night class. We’ll make simple fresh pasta to use in heartier dishes meant for fall weather. This class will be hands-on in the Teaching Kitchen, followed by a meal comprised of these dishes and more. Wine will also be available during dinner for those of age.
Early Registration: $125 per couple
After October 1st: $135 per couple
Fall Quick Breads from Scratch
11:30am-1:30 pm, Tuesday, October 22
With shorter days and longer, cooler nights, fall is the perfect time to turn on your oven and get baking. Quick breads are a delightful (and delightfully easy!) way to highlight fall ingredients and flavors that everyone will love. Join the Turner Farm Teaching Kitchen team for a hands-on class to learn the secrets of quick breads from scratch. Lunch will be provided at the end of class to enjoy with the quick breads you made.
Early Registration: $65
After October 10th: $75
Parent & (Pre)Teen Class: Fall Party Favorites & Snacks
4:30-6:30 pm, Tuesday, October 29
The Turner Farm Teaching Kitchen hosts a number of classes specifically for preteens and teens to learn and foster culinary skills that will last a lifetime, but this class is more focused on bringing together parents and kids through cooking up lasting memories. Join us with your preteen or teen and learn how to make fall party favorites and snacks with ease. They’ll be sure to please everyone in the family!
All adults must be accompanied by a child, or teen (ages 8-17), and all children must be accompanied by an adult over 18. Please notify us if you, or your child, has any allergies or dietary restrictions so that we can plan accordingly.
Early Registration: $80 per one adult & one child/adolescent
After October 15th: $90 per one adult & one child/adolescent