Tag Archives: Dyckman Farmhouse Museum

Dyckman Farmhouse: “Unspoken Voices: Honoring the Legacy of Black America”

Visit us to see our current exhibition “Unspoken Voices: Honoring the Legacy of Black America.” Make your reservation today at: http://dyckmanfarmhouse.org/directions-hours
Featuring:
Sheila Prevost (Sheilap_artworldwide),
Rachel Sydlowski (https://rachelsydlowski.com/) with Marquise Foster,
and Gwendolyn Black (https://www.gwenblackarts.com) with Wilma Ann Sealy
Unspoken Voices: Honoring the Legacy of Black America is made possible in part with funding from the Upper Manhattan Empowerment Zone Development Corp.
and administered by Lower Manhattan Cultural Council
The New York Community Trust
Historic House Trust of New York City

Dyckman Farmhouse: Cooking with the Seasons

Cooking with the Seasons

Join us to learn how to make a perfectly soft, creamy, and tender polenta!

Polenta is genuinely one of the world’s great comfort foods —and a sensational base for vegetables or other foods. Finish it off with freshly grated plant-based parmesan cheese and butter. So creamy and nourishing, you’ll get plenty of compliments for this one!

Download the Recipe Card (PDF)

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Cocina con las Estaciones

¡Únete a nosotros para aprender a hacer una polenta perfectamente suave, cremosa y tierna!

Polenta es realmente uno de los grandes alimentos de confort del mundo, y una base sensacional para las verduras u otros alimentos. Termina con queso parmesano recién rallado y mantequilla. ¡tan cremoso y nutritivo, conseguirás un montón de elogios!

Descarga la Tarjeta de Recetas (PDF)

Dyckman Farmhouse Museum, Breaking the Winter Fast with Spring Greens

As part of the Dyckman Farmhouse Museum’s Earth Week events, Boscobel House and Gardens will be presenting on the Farmhouse’s Facebook. An early 19th Century American household would have used the harvest of their garden to feed the family during the long winter months. But preserved foods lacked the nutrients of fresh crops. The first green edible things of Spring were a real cause for celebration.

Join Boscobel’s Museum Educator Lisa DiMarzo and expert gardener Matthew Weigman in the Herb Garden as they find and prepare Ramps, the harbingers of the new growing season.

To this day traditional communities enjoy festivals centered around the Ramp or Wild Leek whose minerals and vitamins act as a tonic to put an end to ailments and boost health after long Winter months without fresh vegetables.

Dyckman Farmhouse: “Unspoken Voices: Honoring the Legacy of Black America”

Visit us to see our current exhibition “Unspoken Voices: Honoring the Legacy of Black America.” Make your reservation today at: http://dyckmanfarmhouse.org/directions-hours
Featuring:
Sheila Prevost (Sheilap_artworldwide),
Rachel Sydlowski (https://rachelsydlowski.com/) with Marquise Foster,
and Gwendolyn Black (https://www.gwenblackarts.com) with Wilma Ann Sealy
Unspoken Voices: Honoring the Legacy of Black America is made possible in part with funding from the Upper Manhattan Empowerment Zone Development Corp.
and administered by Lower Manhattan Cultural Council
The New York Community Trust
Historic House Trust of New York City