Learn How To Eat Well, Live Well And Why It Matters

04/06/2016 09:01
05/06/2016 17:00


Parc Y Pratt Farm, Cardigan, SA43 3DR


June 4th-5th 2016



Event Description

A weekend of practiculture at the Do farm with Rohan Anderson

Rohan Anderson hunter, gatherer grower and author of ‘Whole Larder Love’ will be in the UK to launch his new book “A Year of Practiculture’.

He will be spending a few days with us at the Do Farm in Wales and sharing his stories and skills to help us all improve our relationship with food.

Whether you’re interested in changing your lifestyle, growing and cooking your own food, foraging or buying locally sourced meat and vegetables, this course will be hugely entertaining and an informative reminder about the pleasures of eating home-grown, slow-cooked food.

A skill based weekend along with great food, stories and campfires.


10am start: Rohan will talk about his book, his philosophy and why his message is so important before getting your hands dirty.

Morning Skillset

Rohan will share some practical tips and show you how to make chorizo, cure and smoke bacon and how to preserve courgettes etc for the autumn.

Locally sourced tasty lunch

Afternoon Skillset

You will be taken for a walk around the kitchen garden and taught all about backyard veg growing & preparing the garden for the summer. Rohan will also share tips for the urban garden and how to forage.

Saturday Evening

Rohan and team will cook up a great dinner which will be served in the long barn and followed by drinks and conversations around the campfire.

Sunday Morning

Open discussion for an hour or so to talk about food, cooking and celebrating good produce.

Accommodation isn’t included in the price, but you are welcome to pitch a tent and make use of the facilities we have here at the Do Farm. Alternatively, there are some great B&B’s and hotels close by.

Eat well, Live Well. It's that simple.

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