Farm to Fork Cooking – Garden Fresh Tamales

Date/Time
Date(s) - 10/04/2017
12:00 pm - 1:30 pm


a Farm to Fork cooking class

Learn how easy it is to make tamales with produce straight out of the garden!

The fall holidays and the cravings for comfort foods are fast approaching, as autumn cools the air.  In Mexico and many other Central American countries, tamales (and their similar cousins humitas, hallacas, paches…) are a tradition that recurs from the Day of the Dead to Carnaval and Todos Santos, often assembled in huge quantities, assembly-line fashion for family gatherings and fiestas. They are a whole-grain treat with an endless variety of delicious and nutritious fillings, and they aren’t hard to make – especially when stores sell the dough already made!  Once you know the process, you can make them any way you like. Get some friends or family together to make a big batch or just make enough for dinner and a few leftovers.


Sign up online or call us at 916-788-0333 to reserve your spot.

pre-registration highly recommended
As much as we would love to welcome walk-ins the day of our nutrition classes, we appreciate advance notice to plan ahead appropriately for food purchases and preparation.


In an effort to support local farmers and promote healthier eating to all of our clients, we are now offering the following in conjunction with our Farm to Fork Classes:

  • If you would like to be considered for one of the CSA box scholarships this month, please click here or call us at 916-788-0333. Please note, you do NOT have to be present for the class to receive a box.
Kerin Gould About Kerin Gould

Kerin Gould has a Bachelor of Science degree in Natural Health and a PhD. in Native American Studies. She has worked with food-related non-profits such as Alchemist CDC and Community Alliance with Family Farmers (CAFF) and taught a high school Farm to Fork program, but eventually focused on developing her own sustainable, non-toxic, wildlife-friendly farm and exploring a new way to connect vibrant fruit and veggies and those who strive to enhance their health with farm-fresh produce.