Also your name will go on our website under our list of awesome and generous sponsors.
Transplanting Traditions Community Farm oval shaped bumper sticker featuring our very lovely logo: Water buffalo plowing a farm in Burma.
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Four packets of some of our most exciting Burmese seeds essential in Karen cuisine. 1) Hibiscus Roselle a beautiful plant and great for making tea from the flowers and cooking with the nutritious, tangy leaves; 2) “Karen Looking to the Sky” Peppers, some seriously spicy peppers that are also grown for their beauty. 3) A mix of Lemon, Thai and Holy Basil 4) Snake gourd looks like a long twisting snake and has some of the most beautiful white flowers that are pollinated at night by moths.
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A gift basket of fresh Burmese herbs in the peak of their summer season. Thai and Lemon Basil, Roselle, lemongrass, eryngo and more! Plus recipe ideas for using them
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Framed 8x10 photo of your choice. Documentary journalist Vanessa Patchett spent 6 months documenting the movements of Transplanting Traditions Farm. The result was a breathtaking body of photographic work. Choose from these pictures by copying and pasting this link or got to our website OCPYC.WordPress.com and click on IndieGoGo: https://ocpyc.wordpress.com/indiegogo-rewards/
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Enjoy an array of Asian vegetables at the height of their season along with recipe cards to direct your cooking. Sample young luffa, water gourd, ginger, galangal, lemongrass, baby eggplants and Karen-Looking-to-the-sky peppers!
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Bring the whole family or friends for an afternoon on the farm. Learn about where food comes from with your family! Start seeds, learn how to build water-saving raised beds and come away with ideas for beginning a home garden that includes the whole family. Picnic snacks in the Demonstration Garden of Tropical Wonders included.
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A perfect opportunity to expand your cooking repertoire. Cooking is one of the cornerstones of Karen Burmese culture. Using tropical fruits and vegetables and exotic spices you will learn from our most talented Karen chefs and expand your repertoire by learning how to make a traditional Karen Burmese dish and dessert. As much food from the farm will be provided for this cooking demo as possible. At the end sit down and enjoy an amazing meal!
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A ticket to our private Lantern Restaurant fundraiser featuring a Karen Burmese themed dinner and a night of entertainment.
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Enjoy a 4-course Farm to Fork candlelit starry skied dinner for 2 at the farm under our open air pavilion. Come early for a tour of the farm and then sit back and relax to Karen music and a delectable Karen meal.
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