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The Seasonal Kitchen – November
Nov 17 2016 /6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
“The Seasonal Kitchen: Cooking with the Bounty of the Region” is a year long series of cooking classes intended to teach people how to slow down and cook delicious, nutritious, locally grown seasonal foods.
In an attempt to reconnect people with the food and traditions from the past, each month’s theme will reflect the cultural practice of referring to the cycles of the moon based on seasonal offerings.
Bone broth has become trendy, but its health benefits have been known for hundreds of years. Modern food systems, including processed foods and fear of consuming animal fat, are negatively impacting our guts and nutrition. Join us to learn how to make delicious, low-fuss animal, fish and vegetable broth that can be drunk on its own or provide a base for soup, stew, chowder and many other meals using just your slow cooker, a few herbs and spices and kitchen scraps.
Instructor – Astrid Rial is a working mother whose strives to cook her family’s meals from scratch from locally-sourced, in-season ingredients. She loves to explore international cuisines and experiment in the kitchen. Lately, she has become inspired to revive age-old cooking traditions using modern appliances. She exchanges food ideas on her blog and on social media as @Cycling_Chef.
Sorry, this class is sold out. No walk-ins.
This program made possible by generous support from Pilgrims Market.