23093
Vermont
Culinary Curiosities: Vermont’s Farmlands With Your Grandchild
Dish out delectable regional cuisine using fresh Vermont ingredients from the local farms as you learn from expert-lead cooking classes and become a trained chef!
Rating (4.6)
Program No. 23093RJ
Length
6 days
Starts at
1,549

At a Glance

Vermont’s beautiful mountains and vast farmland make the perfect classroom for aspiring chefs of any age! You and your grandchild will immerse yourselves in the cooking process from start to finish as you pick fresh ingredients at a local farm to create culinary masterpieces in the kitchen together. As you hop around to area farms, meet the friendly animals that live there, and learn about the inn's goats. Visit an orchard to find out about apples in the Champlain Valley. Taste some of Vermont’s specialties — like sugar-on-snow — as you learn about Vermont’s unique cuisine from small-town maple-tappers and cider-brewers. Create a special bond with your grandchild over the delicious meals you’ve created together, and top it all off with s’more gooey fun as you relax around the resort’s toasty fire pit together.
Activity Level
Keep the Pace
Walking up to a mile a day over varied terrain on field trips. Standing in kitchen for an extended period of time during culinary instruction.

Best of all, you'll ...

  • Visit local farms and orchards to gather local produce and meet their resident farm animals.
  • Venture to Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream Factory, Morse Sugar Farm and Cold Hollow Cider Mill to learn about their crafts while sampling some Vermont treats.
  • Learn lifelong cooking skills through first-hand demonstrations and classes as you cook together with your children and grandchildren.

General Notes

Due to the nature of this program, listening devices are not available.





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