Kitchen Remedies for Winter Wellness
Instructor: Bonnie Lenneman
Friday, December 15
9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Ages: Intergenerational (16 and up)
All levels are welcome. No experience required.
- Note taking materials.
- A sharp kitchen knife and cutting board if you have one.
Let's get creative with the apothecary in your pantry! There's an abundance of herbal remedies available in our kitchens, gardens, and grocery stores. We'll talk about incorporating herbs and spices into our everyday foods in addition to learning about some creative concoctions, including fire cider and herbal beverages. Participants will leave with new skills and plenty of recipes to take home and play with.
All materials are included with a $15-25 PAYABLE TO THE INSTRUCTOR at the time of the workshop. The material amount depends on the number of participants and price of materials at the time of the workshop.
*Payment by cash or check is required for materials fees.
Bonnie Lenneman (she/they) is an herbalist and community educator residing on traditional ᏣᎳᎩ or Tsalagi (Cherokee) land near what's now known as Brasstown, NC (Itseyi), where she explores mountains and creeks, forages, makes medicine, and learns from plant and fungal teachers. Passionate about good (and wild) food, the intersection between food and medicine, ancestral skills, ecology, community resilience, and the healing properties of plants. Bonnie shares her enthusiasm with her community through plant walks, food and medicine workshops, an herbal CSA, and wellness consultations through her small business Hearth & Hedge. She also curates education offerings in ancestral and traditional skills for The Firefly Gathering. A former Folk School work study student, student host, and Olive's Porch Artist in Residence, Bonnie has been teaching and assisting Folk School classes since 2015.