The Dyckman Farmhouse Museum garden is our first and only garden in Manhattan. At this gem garden, Fabiola Cáceres tested what other gardens will grow in 2022; different varieties of butternut squash, like Tahitian Melon Squash, Orange Butternut Squash, Charentais Melon, which she grew for flavor and its yielding results. Fabiola also planted Glass Gem…Read More
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NEW, Garden Kitchen Lab at the Dyckman Farmhouse Museum!
We are proud to present our first garden in Manhattan, and at such a prestigious institution; the Dyckman Farmhouse Museum is the last Dutch farmhouse in Manhattan. When the Dyckman family returned to the island from Upstate in 1784, they found the original farmhouse, the orchards, and the crops burned to the ground. It took five years…Read More
Dyckman Farmhouse Museum—Virtual Fall Festival
Garden Kitchen Lab was psyched to present “Apple Madness” in partnership with the Dyckman Farmhouse Museum. Because having two apple recipes was not enough, we set ourselves to show how one food staple can yield an almost infinite amount of delicious dishes and encourage people to be resourceful and produce less waste. Dyckman, the New…Read More
Traveling Kitchen —Cocina Móvil
Fabiola Cáceres was proud to introduce Traveling Kitchen, a new culinary program to learn about history through a food lens for the Dyckman Farmhouse Museum. These series were about flatbreads, the origin of corn, wheat, and seeds, and how these foods traveled through time, continents, and how different cultures adopted them. Teens and adults learned…Read More