The Boston Public Market is pleased to offer a free, all-day open house of in the name of food science.
Meet BPM vendors and learn how fermentation affects cheese, bagels, and chocolate, what biodiversity means for New England fishers, the science behind farming, and so much more. Pick up a scavenger hunt at the Market Info Desk to start your science adventure!
Don’t miss the series of classes offered by the KITCHEN (details below!) at Boston Public Market in conjunction with the open house and the fish pier tours of Red’s Best offered during the week!
Did you know worms can eat half of their weight in food scraps every day? Meet our red wiggler worms and learn how they turn kitchen waste into amazing compost. Then, learn how honeybees and other insects help feed the world, and make seed balls chock full of wildflower seeds to take home and plant to support pollinators in your neighborhood. Free and open to everyone. Families and children of all ages are welcome. Register onlineFind out more »
One event on April 21, 2018 at 3:00pm
Have you ever wondered what gives soft pretzels their unique dark color and savory taste? The secret lies in creating the right conditions for a special chemical reaction, the Maillard reaction! Come find out about this technique, and work in groups to boil and bake your own pretzels. Register Online.Find out more »
The KITCHEN and Saxtons River Distillery present a special mixology class focused on diving into the science behind the locally made spirits produced right here in New England. We’ll learn how each different liquor is made and how the recipes and ingredients are tweaked and manipulated to create unique and traditional flavors. Taste each of Saxtons River’s most popular spirits. Plus, our master cocktail export will demo and sample innovative cocktail creations that you can duplicate at home. Purchase tickets in advance online.Find out more »