PICNICS at the FARM, We are offering a weekly menu of authentic, locally-grown Korean dishes for small parties to enjoy at private picnic sites. You’ll be able to stay socially distant while getting close to nature in the fresh air. We will be inviting guests to join us on the farm for these informal picnics each Thursday, Friday and Sunday from August 2nd to October 11.


Unexpected pairings: Cider and Kimchi at Museum of the City of NY

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Inspired by the age-old practice of fermentation, try an unusual pairing made here on New York State farms: cider and kimchi.

While cultures around the world have relied on fermentation to prevent food from spoiling as far back as 6000 B.C., in the United States today the practice is rare. Join two New York State farmers, Melissa Madden, founder of Finger Lakes Cider House, and Madalyn Warren, owner of Kimchee Harvest, for a conversation about how they are reintroducing New Yorkers to this ancient craft. Cider expert Daniel Pucci, New York’s own “pommelier," moderates as Madden and Warren share their products, cider made from fermented fruit and kimchi, a traditional Korean side dish, made from lacto-fermented seasonal vegetables like napa cabbage and Korean radishes.

This event takes place outside on the Museum's Terrace and includes a tasting of a flight ciders from Finger Lakes Cider House and a serving of kimchi from Kimchee Harvest.

Part of our new series Unexpected Pairings, in which New York's most adventurous brewers and distillers share their craft and pair their drinks with distinctive local bites.

When: Wednesday, September 12, 7:00pm – 8:30pm
Price: $30 General Admission | $20 for Museum Members

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