Home Mushroom Cultivation
Food & Drink
This course will introduce and dive into 8 or 9 different methods of mushroom cultivation that can easily be done at home with no special equipment or technical skills. We will go over the common mushrooms that are cultivated, what exactly mushrooms/fungi are, and how we can relate to them to provide benefit for us, our community, and the land we grow on. This course is for anyone interested in growing mushrooms for themselves and their family with a little extra for their community. It could be 2-20 pounds weekly or a couple of pounds every couple of weeks.
Barrel-aged Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Nebbiolo, Syrah, Cabernet Sauvignon or Zinfandel.
If a specific date is sold out, we may accommodate more folks or add an additional class. Holidays, Private Parties, or Large Groups (9+), have a surge in price. A virtual class is available to book. Contact: Click the "Message Host" button below.
All ages welcome
Ticket sales are final 7 days from the event. Non-refundable, Non-transferable (e.g. no-shows, sickness, tardiness (30 mins), weather, or death). However, if you cannot use your ticket it may be gifted or sold.
Chef Joseph is a lover of all things wine, cooking, and learning. A Graduate from Kendall College in Chicago, a former wine shoppe, restaurant, and food truck owner; he brings his culinary talents to each class, dishing up eclectic and inventive marvels to pass the time. Chef Joe fills every class with his ongoing chatter, storytelling, and laughter. His friendly and outgoing personality welcomes each Student when they walk in the door.
Tommy is a Graduate and Instructor from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, he brings his artistry to every class. Design, inspiration, and attention to detail are all things that describe Tommy. When it comes to any art form - making candles, arranging flowers, designing or gardening, you'll find a warm smile and share a calming environment with Tommy.