What’s the Harvest Kitchen?
The Harvest Kitchen at the Extension Learning Farm in Canton is a shared-use kitchen space at the Cornell Cooperative Extension Learning Farm (2043 State Highway 68 in Canton). The facility is fully equipped with cookware and utensils as well as variety of specialized equipment.
Ways to Use the Kitchen
1. Processing by food entrepreneurs, local farmers/producers, and food businesses.
The Harvest Kitchen is available for hourly rental by food entrepreneurs, local producers, and small food businesses. Ways in which the kitchen is currently used/ could be used include:
These are just a few possible applications of the Harvest Kitchen. If you have an idea or want more information about pricing, get in touch by emailing Maria ‘Flip’ Filippi at email@example.com.
2. Preservation and cooking classes
The Harvest Kitchen regularly hosts hands-on (or virtual) preservation workshops and cooking classes using locally grown ingredients. Classes are taught by a variety of instructors (chefs, master food preservers, home cooks, farmers) on a variety of topics. We host 2 – 6 classes a month, and topics are always changing. To see what’s coming up and sign-up for classes, check out http://stlawrence.cce.cornell.edu/events.
The Harvest Kitchen is a bright, clean, functional workspace suitable for many applications. It comes fully equipped with cookware, utensils, tools, appliances, and a variety of specialized equipment, including:
See other Kitchen resources at the Cornell Food Venture Center Here.
The facility has been made possible with the support of the USDA Rural Business Development Grant program and NYS Workforce Development Institute
Last updated February 16, 2021