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Variety Showcase NYC
at GrowNYC's Project Farmhouse
Monday, September 24 at GrowNYC's Project Farmhouse
This year the Culinary Breeding Network is partnering with GrowNYCto bring the VARIETY SHOWCASE to Project Farmhouse. The Variety Showcase is an interactive mixer designed to build community between plant breeders, organic farmers, and eaters. Attendees have the opportunity to taste new and in-development vegetable, fruit and grain cultivars with the breeders that created them; share opinions; talk about needs and preferences; and learn about the importance of organic plant breeding.
FYI, The Greenmarket Regional Grains Project will be joined by members of the wheat breeding team at Cornell to showcase the 7 varieties brought to market through the Value Added Grains Project.
Naked Barley Is here! Please join GrowNYC and the GrowNYC Greenmarket Regional Grains Project for this very special event exploring the region’s first hull-less barley. This gathering will allow those with a keen interest in regionally grown grains to learn how to work with an exciting new type of one of the oldest known domesticated crops. Taste malt “teas” with Oregon State University’s (OSU) Brigid Meints and learn about varieties like “buck” and “streaker.”
THIS IS AN EVENT GEARED TOWARD INDUSTRY PROFESSIONALS. SPACE IS VERY LIMITED FOR GENERAL ADMISSION TICKETS.
Save the date October 15th - 20th for a celebration of New York rye whiskeys and Empire Rye. Check here for an updated list of events.
New York Distilling will join the Greenmarket Grainstand at Union Square on the 17th and 20th of October to feature Empire Rye from several distillers.
Greenmarket will also host a Friday 'Rye Day' at the Union Square Greenmarket on October 19th!
Featured Innovator: BarleyWorld
Barley World is Oregon State University's Barley Breeding Program and one of the Regional Grains Project's partners on developing naked or hull-less barley. You can join us as we showcase OSU and Cornell's work on naked barley at GrowNYC's Variety Showcase and Barley Tasting this month!
The Greenmarket Grainstand is getting a little more friendly this month, we’re welcoming two varieties of hull-less or “naked” barley from Cornell’s small grains breeding program. Hull-less varieties make possible the consumption of whole grain barley instead of the pearled grain people are familiar with, increasing the nutritional content and flavor of barley dishes.
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