Subscription Series

july fruit harvest sour cherries macerating

In 2011 Open View Gardens will offer several subscription series, classes, and items from my kitchen and garden for sale.  I am hoping to establish some sort of community garden-orchard space this year as well. The classes are on a sliding fee scale, the subscription series for the time being  (due to production costs) are set.

Winter-Spring 2011 Limited Subscription Series

Enroll by January 10, 2011

I’m excited to offer our jellies & elixirs, dried herbs & peppers alongside recipes, menus, and tips and lessons for gardener and cook.

Choose from one to six menus designed around Open View’s garden and kitchen, menus such as Woodland Feast and Moroccan Memories created to open and please palates, to give those of you interested a chance to taste the concoctions I make from our fruits and berries, vegetables and herbs, and to anchor those products within a meal that calls for celebration.  On any of the dates listed on the flyer, I will deliver (if you’re in Addison lavender treatsCounty, Vermont) or send a detailed menu and recipes with special tips and lessons I’ve learned along the way.  I’ll include tips for growing ingredients and preserving them.  Each menu’s recipes will arrive with two-four Open View Gardens ingredients/elixirs/concoctions ranging from dried herbs & peppers to jellies to to spiced fruit and ideas for using them beyond that menu.

I also offer lessons in putting up your garden bounty and in cooking the menus offered.

The number of subscriptions available has to do with the output of the 2010 garden and kitchen–some of the menus are quite limited in availability. One is available locally, only, due to the frozen nature of one key ingredient. So, if you’re interested, do sign up soon!

And do let me know what you think!

Here’s the Flyer at Flickr: Page One and Page Two, and as a pdf: Flyer & Page Two

open View Gardens Subscription Series Flyer
Subscription Series Flyer

page two

Would you like to enroll and receive one menu? Two? All six? If so, fill out the following form, including delivery dates.  If you would prefer to contact me via email to enroll or with questions, contact me at And do let me know if you have questions and requests!

7 Comments on “Subscription Series”

  1. colleen detjen
    May 8, 2010 at 10:02 am #

    So exciting! Beautiful photos, great website! xxxooo

  2. May 20, 2010 at 5:27 pm #

    Super cool!

  3. Francisca Drexel
    May 25, 2010 at 10:29 pm #

    I would love to subscribe to your site for the late summer brochure and Round the World Kitchen and A Garden Club.
    thanks so much ~

  4. May 27, 2010 at 7:49 pm #

    Thanks, Colleen and Alex. Glad you’re here.

    Francisa, I’m delighted that you’re interested in the Round the World Kitchen and Garden Club. I will let you know when the brochure is available!


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