HRN Live Event Series: Fermentation Never Sleeps
Join HRN and Harry Rosenblum at Farm to People for Fermentation Never Sleeps, the first in our spring series of live events
On March 8, at 6:00 pm, join HRN and Harry Rosenblum of Time for Lunch at Farm to People, 1100 Flushing Ave., Brooklyn, New York for Fermentation Never Sleeps, the first in our spring series of live events.
Harry will lead this tasting and panel discussion featuring Lily Harris, a Holistic Health Practitioner and healthy recipe developer; Mary Izett, Author, Co-Host of Fuhmentaboudit!, and Co-Owner of Fifth Hammer Brewing Co; and Peter Kim, the Founding Director of the Museum of Food and Drink (MOFAD) who now oversees U.S. content and creators at Pinterest.
Discover how you can take fermentation from a current trend to a lasting part of your life. Learn how to fit the fantastic art of microbe farming into your busy schedule and personal culinary canon by approaching fermentation in a way that works for you. This is not a class in esoteric ferments: you'll learn how to get down with microbes by sharing space with them, all so you can put them in your belly.
After the event, be sure to extend your evening exploring fermentation at Farm to People by staying for a delicious fermentation-focused dinner menu.
In NYC but can't wait until March 8 to try Farm to People's food sourced from regional, sustainable farmers? Get a free Farm Box (a $25 value) full of fresh-picked produce, pasture-raised meats, dairy, and more, delivered right to your door when you sign up for Farm to People home delivery using the code FARM25.
HRN's mission is to create a more equitable, sustainable, and delicious world, so tickets to Fermentation Never Sleeps are only $15. If the cost of a general admission ticket is not feasible, a free ticket option is also available.
We can't wait to see you there! Get your tickets below.
About Farm to People
Farm to People is empowering farmers and home cooks to change the way we shop and eat. Farm to People’s mission is to make great food conveniently available to everyone in NYC. They provide an easy alternative or complement to channels like farm stands, CSAs, and farmers. Sourcing directly from regional, sustainable farmers and delivering right to city-dwellers' doors, each week choose from an assortment of fresh-picked produce, pasture-raised meats, dairy, and more. Experience their commitment to "building a better food system" at their cozy Bushwick Kitchen & Bar.
The Bar at Farm to People is a place for New Yorkers to enjoy food and drink that is intentionally sourced with a story about where it comes from. The food menu features a seasonally inspired selection that highlights the farmers and producers. The drink menu is a carefully curated list of natural, organic, and biodynamic wines, and local beers.
About the Panelists
Harry Rosenblum is the host of Time for Lunch and Co-Founder of the Brooklyn Kitchen. After a long career as a jack of many trades, Harry and his wife Taylor Erkkinen opened the Brooklyn Kitchen in 2006. What began as a small housewares shop on the first floor of the couple’s apartment building grew into a 7,000 square-foot epicenter of equipment, education, and ingredients for customers from Brooklyn to Japan. In 2017 they consolidated the business to focus on the cooking school under Taylor's guidance. Harry then moved to the supply side and serves as the General Manager of Kikuichi Cutlery, the oldest knife maker in the world, based in Nara, Japan, and founded in 1267. Harry's first book Vinegar Revival was published in 2017, and he teaches cooking and fermentation classes. In 2019, Harry and Taylor and their kids, Moxie and Frank, moved to Rhode Island where Harry joined the board of directors for the nonprofit Eating with the Ecosystem, focused on promoting sustainable local seafood caught in the waters off New England.
Lily Harris is a Holistic Health Practitioner & Healthy Recipe Developer. Her goal is to help build confidence in our bodies' innate healing capability. She chooses to share healthy living through the lenses of curiosity, exploration, & fulfilling cravings at home.
Mary Izett is Co-Owner of Fifth Hammer Brewing Co in New York City. She is the author of Speed Brewing: Techniques and Recipes for Fast-Fermenting Beers, Ciders, Meads, and More. Mary is a Beer Judge Certification Program National ranked beer judge; she co-hosted Fuhmentaboudit!, HRN's weekly podcast on all things fermentable; and has written for Ale Street News, All About Beer, and Zymurgy magazines.
Peter Kim oversees U.S. content and creators at Pinterest, which reaches over 450 million users worldwide. He is the host and creator of Counterjam, distributed across Food52’s network of 24 million readers. Previously, he led the creation of the Museum of Food and Drink (MOFAD) as its founding director, an institution recognized as a global leader in experiential food education. He has been featured in The New York Times, The New Yorker, NPR, CBS, NBC, and The Wall Street Journal, and has been invited for public speaking and television appearances around the country. His last meal would be fried chicken, white rice, a runny egg, and his mom’s cucumber kimchi.