Plantology on Tap: Perfect Peppers

Plantology on Tap: Perfect Peppers

Continuing Education
bunches of red peppers
Ken Cangin

Date

Thursday, September 15
6:00 pm

Dates & Price

Longwood at the Creamery

September 15, 2022

Doors open at 5 pm, lecture begins at 6 pm


Fee: $29

Please note, there is an additional $3.40 processing fee per ticket

Ever wonder why the peppers used in Peruvian, Mexican, and Thai food are different? Or have you wanted to have the complex flavor of a habanero without the afterburn?

Join USDA gene bank curator and former Delaware Valley University plant science professor Sarah Dohle, Ph.D. and learn about the evolutionary history, domestication, and dissemination of chili peppers, as well as the current plant breeding program to create locally adapted, great-tasting pepper varieties right here in the mid-Atlantic.

Enjoy hot sauce tasting, sample peppers from mild habaneros to some real scorchers, and take home free seeds from pepper breeding lines. And all participants can enjoy a delicious small bite and signature cocktail to round out the fun.

Where

Longwood at the Creamery 

Instructor 

Sarah Dohle, Ph.D