BCFA Annual Meeting

BCFA will open the new year with its annual meeting on the first Wednesday in January. The meeting features our traditional potluck dinner and a local foods cooking demonstration with popular chef, educator, food writer and farm-to-table advocate Ian Knauer.


Ian hosts the PBS series, The Farm, which tracks wholesome ingredients from their beginnings to the dinner table. He published his cookbook, The Farm – Rustic Recipes for a Year of Incredible Food, in 2012—it’s available from his website at IanKnauer.com. Ian’s The Farm Cooking School at Tullamore Farm in Stockton, N.J., teaches food prep from “butchery to baking, cheese-making to preserving—and everything in between.” And when he is not cooking in the kitchen, Ian is hunting, fishing and foraging for his meals.

 Join us at 6:00pm to break bread potluck-style. We’ll hold a short business meeting  at 6:40 over dessert, and Ian’s cooking demo begins at 7:00. Please bring a main, side, dessert or beverages to share. We encourage locally sourced ingredients.

There is no charge for this event, but of course donations are greatly appreciated.


Wednesday, January 6, 2016, 6:00pm

George School Meetinghouse

1690 Langhorne-Newtown Rd.

Newtown, PA 18940


COMING FROM NORTH/Doylestown: going south on Rt 413 after the Newtown bypass, take second George School entrance into Farm Drive.
COMING FROM SOUTH: Langhorne/ Rt 1 or PA Turnpike, going north on Rt 413 take  Farm Drive entrance, AFTER the light for Pennswood  Village and Newtown Friends School.
The Meetinghouse is the first building on the right. 
Parking is immediately across from the Meetinghouse in the Fitness and Athletic Center parking lot.
January 06, 2016 at 6pm - 9pm
George School Meetinghouse
Renee Cauller ·

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