Garden, Plant, Cook!

Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Please take my survey.

Dear Folks,

Please take a moment and answer the "poll" at the stop of the sidebar here on the blog.

I am giving some thought to maybe, perhaps, thinking about it, offering cooking classes in a home-based environment or similar.

I would like to get a feel for how much interest there would be for this, offered by me, Catherine, The Herb Lady.

Thanks for your input.

Have a great day.

-- Catherine, The Herb Lady

6 comments:

Pearl said...

It is too far for me to go, to take a class. I think it's a good idea, though, and I hope it works out for you! It is a great idea.
Pearl in Globe

SQ Price said...

Would prefer classes on more "basic" things...how to make cheese...how to can/preserve the overflow from the garden...(already up to my ears in zucchini!)
Would love to see your garden...but while I'm not sure I'd pay to do so, I would be more than willing to help with "grunt work"...(weeding, etc) to get to see it and get ideas and visit with you...

LindaJ said...

Love the idea of cooking class. Especially with herbs. Hope it would be online in blog or the loke. Unable to travel that far to attend personally. Thank you!

nanhann said...

I'd be interested in a combo tour of the garden with maybe some Q & A time, then maybe a mini-class taking food from the garden and making a recipe or two for lunch with fresh ingredients. Maybe a Saturday morning/afternoon when the weather's nice. Of course, it all depends on the price.

Catherine, The Herb Lady said...

LindaJ has left a new comment on your post "Please take my survey.":

Love the idea of cooking class. Especially with herbs. Hope it would be online in blog or the loke. Unable to travel that far to attend personally. Thank you!

Catherine, The Herb Lady said...

nanhann has left a new comment on your post "Please take my survey.":

I'd be interested in a combo tour of the garden with maybe some Q & A time, then maybe a mini-class taking food from the garden and making a recipe or two for lunch with fresh ingredients. Maybe a Saturday morning/afternoon when the weather's nice. Of course, it all depends on the price.