From Field to Table Workshop
Do you fancy yourself a foodie? Are you addicted to the Food Network? Are you interested in learning how to prepare and cook wild game?
The Maryland Department of Natural Resources, Becoming an Outdoors-Woman program and The Lodge at Black Pearl are co-sponsoring a Beyond BOW From Field to Table workshop from 9am-4pm on February 1 at The Lodge at Black Pearl, Madison, MD.
Join Larry Hindman of Yellowdog Retrievers, Department of Natural Resources Wildlife and Heritage staff and Vicky Mullaney, owner/chef at The Lodge at Black Pearl and for a fun day afield and in the kitchen! The field portion of this workshop will cover basic waterfowl identification, species
information and retriever demonstrations, as well as proper care and cleaning of waterfowl. Participants will then head into the kitchen under the guidance of professional chef Vicky Mullaney to learn tricks of the trade for cooking waterfowl.
Black Pearl Farm and Lodge consists of nearly 860 acres of flooded fields, croplands, marsh and woodlands, neighboring Blackwater National Refuge in Dorchester County on Maryland’s Eastern Shore.
Cost: $130.00 – includes workshop instruction, lunch prepared by lodge owner, a copy of The Lodge at Black Pearl Cookbook by Vicky Mullaney and a cooler bag with some tasty surprises for the road.
Space is limited. For more information and to register, visit the Maryland Department of Natural Resources website.