Friday, October 1
Making a cup of tea is a comforting ritual shared around the world. For most of us, tea is made from a sachet of dried leaves, which is a method of preserving the crop, but it can also be made from fresh herbs from the garden. Not only is it a refreshing way to stay hydrated, but it's also a simple way to sneak in a few beneficial micro-nutrients and phytochemicals. Join Food Studies and the Farm Club in the White House garden for a demonstration and tasting of a selection of infusions made from culinary herbs grown on campus. Take the shuttle to Upper Campus if you don't want to climb Fox Run!
Not open to the public.