Foodie Travel

Featuring an abundance of locally-sourced, seasonal produce, as well as ingredients harvested from our own gardens, we offer an epicurean delight and a closer connection to cuisine that is as sustainable as it gets.

The Lodge at Woodloch embraces a philosophy of personal awakening. As so many individuals get swept up in the whirlwind of life, The Lodge at Woodloch strives to give you an opportunity to shift from your everyday routine and re-focus. Below is a sampling of activities focused on foodie travel - these activities are a starting point to a journey that will be uniquely yours.

Dijon & Panko - Crusted rack of Lamb A close up view of vegetable crudité in a basket at dinner Close up of wine glasses and tasting notes from a Wine Tasting at The Lodge at Woodloch

Cooking Demonstrations
Join our Chefs in the Chef's Kitchen to learn new cooking techniques, healthy and surprising immune boosting ingredients and elegant presentations. Our Chef team prides themselves on offering artfully-crafted organic and locally-grown spa cuisine.               

Blackmore Farm & Garden Tours
Come experience the sights, sounds, and tastes of The Lodge at Woodloch’s working organic farm. Just a 5-10 minute walk from the hotel, you’ll find attractions such as our vegetable garden, orchard, composting operation, mushroom logs, high tunnels, and our very own apiary.

Wine Tastings & Pairings
Join our Sommelier for an in depth look into the various characteristics of featured wine varietals and seasonal cocktails.

Garden Dinners and Lunches
A true highlight of the season is our Harvest Lunches* and Garden Dinners*. We've switched up the typical Farm to Table dinner by bringing the Table to the Farm! Seasonally, intimate Chef-led tasting dinners and Sunday Farmer-led harvest lunches take place right on the deck at the Garden Shed. 

Nutrition Consultations with Talia Segal Fidler
Talia Segal Fidler, MS, HHC, AADP holds a Master’s of Science degree in Health and Nutrition Education and a Bachelor of Fine Arts.  She has been teaching art at the JCC of Manhattan for the past 15 years, as well as participating in the wellness and culinary programs.  Through her work with hundreds of students of all ages, she realized the important role of nutrition in disease prevention and healing, and how powerful the mind-body connection is in relation to our eating habits. A board-certified Holistic Nutrition Coach, Talia’s mission is to empower her clients to take control of their health, and improve their eating habits and their well-being by making sustainable changes that will be appropriate to their own individual lifestyle. Talia gives workshops and group lectures on nutrition-related topics such as food and longevity, seasonal eating, detoxification, foods that fuel, mindful eating, plant-based nutrition, navigating the supermarket, and nutrition for disease prevention. Talia also has a diverse professional background as a fine artist, and has been showing her artworks in galleries and museums in the USA for the past 20 years.

Forage for Edible & Medicinal Plants with Certifed Herbalist Heather Houskeeper
Heather is a Certified Herbalist, long-distance hiker, author, and lover of all things wild. She has hiked the Appalachian Trail, Mountains to Sea Trail, Finger Lakes Trail, and Long Path, researching the plants and foraging along the way. She aspires everyday to learn more about and connect deeper with the natural world in which she lives, as well as open her eyes ever wider to the beauty of which she is a part.