Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Would You Like To...


I get asked about teaching classes on making old fashioned jams.. 

photo by Janis Nicolay

..making pie - including the crust - from scratch..


..and homemade bread.  
So, I ask you...


Would you want to learn any of these things here at the farm?
That is if you live near enough!
Just curious, so please let me know.

24 comments:

Carola said...

I live far far away, but I would love to!!!
kiss

Carola

Razmataz said...

If I was in BC, I would be over there in a flash...it's a brilliant idea.

The Blue Farmhouse said...

I would be there in a heart beat but you're too far:( however, looking t your blog is good enough for me!

Cassie said...

gosh I wish. I've been hoping to come across a gal in my area that was up for teaching a girl like me a thing or two about homemaking and homesteading. Sounds great!

The Cottage Child said...

If you build it, they will come....maybe even from the very bottom of south Texas. I doubt you would suffer from a lack of attendance.

EarthAppleJane said...

Fantastic idea, I would come at the drop of a hat if I wasn't in Australia! I am sure it will be wonderful:) Jane

Lovin That! said...

I would be there in a heart beat! And, live in the South Surrey area. Keep me posted! :-)

greenthumb said...

Sounds like something I would love to do. But I think Sydney is a bit to far to come.

Unknown said...

I dabble in making most of what you mentioned but would come just to soak up the atmosphere and learn your approach things! I live nearby in Tsawwassen and also have friends who I'm sure would love to join in!

Mrs. Sutton said...

I'm all the way in Norfolk, UK - but if I weren't - I'd LOVE to!

Julie said...

that would be fabulous. i love blueberries and my husband and i have threaten to retire and move away and run a blueberry farm! where are you located? not to mention... making homemade bread is 'the cats meow' :) oh, yeah.

Melissa said...

I wish I lived close enough. My mom taught me all those things but fun to come to your farm and learn new tips!

AnnaVallance said...

I live 500 miles away otherwise I would be there in a heartbeat! That sounds so cool!

Veronica Roth said...

I live in Vancouver, but have a Cordon Bleu degree. I would love to swing by for some jam though!

Unknown said...

I would love to attend classes on making bread. I live just next door in Langley and can attend anytime. Keep me posted

Deana said...

Lucky for me I only live 10 minutes away! So yes, I would love to participate on all the cooking/baking lessons at the farm. That would be fantastic!

Susan said...

ummm... yes! i'm on the other side of the bridge. depending when, i would love to try and swing it. i'll keep an eye out for the info :)

THE OLDE SALTBOX said...

Sounds wonderful! Yes, I live right around the corner and my sister in Abbotsford would enjoy it as well. Will look forward to reading of any updates and particulars should you decide to go ahead.

Karen

Viktoria said...

I would love to come but i love in TO... what if you video record the session and post it on your blog for all of us who live so far away... just a thought....
PS. love your blog :) wish i lived close enough to visit your lovely farm

elisa said...

you should do this. absolutely. very smart idea! i've been to river cottage to do these kinds of things - do you know it? x

cathy said...

Ooh I sure would. I would love to learn about all three. I am in Langley. :D

nestingjournal.com said...

yum love the pie

donna baker said...

Would I? Most suredly. Could I? Maybe someday as I have never been to your land. I have two new blueberry bushes and have a question. They were covered with blooms and berries, but have had a drop (probably half the berries). Is there any way to lessen the drop? I ordered vanilla bean orchids, a Buddha's hand lemon and some coffee plants from Logee's Greenhouse in Connecticutt. Did you ever order your lemons yet?

Pinecone Camp said...

Can I help you? ;) Fun, fun, fun.