Rhode Island to Long Island Cooking

Hallockville Museum Farm 6038 Sound Avenue, Riverhead, NY

Join local cook and Hallockville Community Gardener, Nancy Beauregard, for a morning in our historic Naugles Barn. Nancy has been featured in Newsday for her delicious Multi-Fruit Walnut Bread, which she will be demonstrating and sharing her recipe. Along with tips and tricks on how to make the bread using fresh, local ingredients, Nancy will […]

$12 – $15

*POSTPONED* Rhode Island to Long Island Cooking: Grilled Cheese 101

Hallockville Museum Farm 6038 Sound Avenue, Riverhead, NY

*Class has been postponed* Join local cook and Hallockville Community Gardener, Nancy Beauregard, for a morning in our historic Naugles Barn. In September, Nancy demonstrated her delicious Multi-Fruit Walnut Bread, which she was featured in Newsday with. For this class, Nancy will teach students how to enhance traditional Grilled Cheese, with recipes like: tomato, onion, and cheddar with […]

$12 – $15

*SOLD OUT* Fall Soups Cooking Class

Hallockville Museum Farm 6038 Sound Avenue, Riverhead, NY

*SOLD OUT* Please check back for more cooking classes! Fall Soups from your Garden and local Farmstands! Join Hallockville Community Gardener and home cook, Susan Babkes, for a hands-on cooking class at the farm. Susan is an obsessed foodie and has taken cooking classes all over the world. Using all local ingredients, students will prepare […]

$20 – $25

Farm to Table: Winter Soups and Stews

Hallockville Museum Farm 6038 Sound Avenue, Riverhead, NY

Join Hallockville Community Gardener and home cook, Susan Babkes, for a hands-on cooking class in an historic farmhouse kitchen. Susan is an obsessed foodie and has taken cooking classes all over the world. Using all local ingredients, students will prepare three cozy winter soups: Tuscan Kale Carrot-Ginger Turkey-Sweet Potato Chili Recipes will be provided, bonus recipes, and a surprise […]

$30 – $35

Canceled Stirring Up History: Cornbeef & Cabbage

Hallockville Museum Farm 6038 Sound Avenue, Riverhead, NY

Did you ever wonder why cornbeef and cabbage is eaten to celebrate St.Patrick’s Day? Come join historic cook, Diane Schwindt, in the Hallock Homestead kitchen for a unique cooking experience! Participants will not only learn the true history of how cornbeef and cabbage became synonymous with the holiday, but they will work in teams to […]

Winter Lecture Series: The Timeline of Food-Canceled

Hallockville Museum Farm 6038 Sound Avenue, Riverhead, NY

Hallockville Museum Farm presents, “Winter Lecture Series: Exploring Land, History and Traditions”.  This three-part series is sponsored by Hampton Coffee Company and explores important facets at the core of the Museum Farm’s mission:  honoring the land, celebrating history, and sharing traditions. Hampton Coffee Company, a local café and roaster, will begin each lecture with a presentation about their […]

$10

Gazpacho In The Garden

Hallockville Museum Farm 6038 Sound Avenue, Riverhead, NY

FARM TO TABLE CLASS WITH SUSAN Rescheduled to: Saturday, September 4, 10 AM – 11:30 AM (Seats still available) If you were registered for the August 21 class and cannot attend September 4 give us a call at (631) 298-5292 Gazpacho in the Garden Join community gardener and home cook, Susan Babkes, for a hands-on, […]

Fall Teacher Program-Oct 16, Farm to Table

Hallockville Museum Farm 6038 Sound Avenue, Riverhead, NY

FALL TEACHER PROGRAM Coming this Fall: Join professional educators, historians, and local experts for a series of workshops devoted to sustainability, traditional crafts, food, and the immigrant experience. The workshops are open to teachers of K-12 and to those seeking personal enrichment. Depending on the requirements of individual school districts, teachers may have the opportunity […]

Farm to Table: Thanksgiving Sides

Hallockville Museum Farm 6038 Sound Avenue, Riverhead, NY

A Hands-On Cooking Class in an Historic Setting Move over sweet potato casserole! Introduce new healthy and delicious side dishes to your Thanksgiving table this year. Join Hallockville community gardener and home cook, Susan Babkes, as you prepare seasonal side dishes to accompany that beautiful bird. When: Sunday Afternoon, November 14th, 1:00 – 3:30 PM […]

Turning Back Thyme: A Taste of Hallockville-Preparation (historic)

Ever wonder where all that food in the supermarket comes from and how long it took to get there? How fresh is your fresh produce? Take a journey back in “thyme” and explore Farm-to-Table practices when it was a necessity of daily life Explore techniques from the past and learn how these skills and knowledge […]

Turning Back Thyme: A Taste of Hallockville – Preparation (ethnic & vegetarian)

Saturday, March 12th, 10 am-1 pm: Preparation (ethnic and vegetarian) Long Island has attracted immigrants for centuries, from eastern and western Europe and more recently from Latin America. These people literally enriched the soil and contributed to a rich cultural heritage. Join historian, community gardener and home cook Susan Babkes as she discusses the various […]

Canceled Turning Back Thyme: A Taste of Hallockville – Production

Saturday, March 26th, 10 am-1 pm: Production Aldo Leopold, a renowned early 20th-century ecologist, said that a danger in not owning a farm is supposing that breakfast comes from the grocery. More people are becoming concerned about the food they consume. Is it fresh? Is it safe? Is it healthy? What happens to food that is […]

History at Hallockville: Farm to Table Workshop

Hallockville Museum Farm 6038 Sound Avenue, Riverhead, NY

Hallockville Museum Farm, a 28-acre preserved farm homestead on the North Fork, is hosting a hands-on, farm-to-table workshop that will explore the role of food throughout the centuries on Long Island farms, and how those practices are relevant today. The workshop will include tours of Hallockville’s gardens, farm fields, barns, and other buildings; an introduction […]

$50 – $65

Turning Back Time: A Taste of Hallockville – Preservation

Hallockville Museum Farm 6038 Sound Avenue, Riverhead, NY

A TASTE OF HALLOCKVILLE: PRESERVATION is a workshop on historic food preservation systems that will engage participants in a hands-on class to learn the basics of home canning. Community gardener, home cook, and educator Susan Babkes will lead a tour of the Museum Farm’s smokehouse, root cellar, canning equipment, and food storage areas, followed by […]

$50 – $65