Savory Pancake Brunch + (Optional) Yoga at Chispas Farm

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Savory Pancake Brunch + (Optional) Yoga at Chispas Farm

June 3, 2023 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm MDT

$60.00 – $75.00


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What the experience includes:

Our cooking classes are a one-of-a-kind experience. For this special class, we’ll start with (an optional) all levels yoga flow from 9-10am. Then we’ll go on a farm tour to learn about and see all the beautiful produce growing! After we’ll lead you through a cooking demo and go over the recipes you’ll be preparing. Then we’ll break into groups to cook the recipes and finally sit down to enjoy the meal we created together!


What we’ll be cookin, a savory pancake trio:

  • Blue Corn Pancakes w/ Salsa Verde – we’ll use local blue corn flour to make truly delicious roasty and nutty pancake. We’ll pair these with a flavorful spring onion, garlic, and herb salsa verde.
  • Hakurei Turnip & Local Bacon Fritters — grated sweet & juicy turnips get mixed with salty bacon to make irresistibly good crispy fritters. We’ll pair these with a smoky cashew lime crema.
  • Root Veggie Fritter w/ Yogurt Sauce — a mix of colorful late spring root veggies (carrots, beets, etc) served with a herbed yogurt sauce.
    • All pancakes can be made vegan (besides the bacon fritter) and/or gluten free!
  • Local Kombucha will be available when you arrive at the farm


More about Chispas Farm:

Chispas farms is a beautiful 4-acre farm located in Albuquerque’s South Valley on occupied Tiwa land. They grow over 120 varieties of heirloom vegetables and fruits, have 100 laying hens for eggs, and also keep sheep, goats, ducks, geese, and rabbits. They save a variety of seeds, have perennial pasture for our livestock to graze and be happy, our primary method of pest management is adequate crop rotation and planting lots of flowers for beneficial insects, and soil health is our number one priority.


More about Meg Tuazon-Shemai & Summit To Sea Yoga:

Meg is an adventurous nature lover, yogi, mindful mama, retreat leader, postpartum doula, and women’s wellness advocate. She loves to share health and wellness through yoga, natural alternatives, essential oils, nature, and culinary education. Teaching and practicing yoga is a lifelong passion, and she considers herself a forever student.


Who is this class for?

This class is for someone who wants a unique cooking experience. You’ll learn about local farms, sustainability, nutrition, and cooking techniques. Our recipes focus on teaching you how to utilize and cook with seasonal produce, but it doesn’t matter if you are a vegetarian, vegan, or carnivore – we all need to eat more plants!

Whether you’re a beginner or more seasoned cook, everyone can learn from our classes. We always have extra staff who can help with additional instruction if needed.


Our cancellation policy:

Cancellation: Should you need to cancel a reservation for this class, you will receive credit towards another class for any cancellation made four (4) days or more before the class date. Due to class prep-time and food purchases, cancellations made within three (3) business days of your class will not qualify for a refund or credit. The only exception is if you are sick (please stay home!), we can use our discretion. You must email us if you’d like to cancel and receive credit. Tickets are transferable, you can have someone come in your place, just please let us know.

Inclement weather: The Sprouting Kitchen reserves the right to cancel a class due to inclement weather or emergencies. If we need to cancel, we will notify you by email (and phone if possible) to offer you a credit towards another class or a full refund.


A note on our costs:

Kids (under 12) are FREE  (up to 2 kids) let us know when checking out how many kids (and ages) you are bringing.

The price of your ticket includes:

  • We pay our farm partners for their time, knowledge, and land stewardship.
  • The equipment and time associated with setting up a pop-up kitchen on a farm
  • The cost of purchasing the freshest, regeneratively grown ingredients from local farmers
  • Recipe development to make sure our recipes highlight local ingredients AND taste incredible

**We offer FREE cooking classes and discounted tickets for lower-income folks, email us to find out more.


June 3, 2023
9:00 am - 12:00 pm MDT
$60.00 – $75.00