Saturday, October 12, 2019

Movin' On Up: Cooking Classes in an Actual Kitchen

Despite the fact that I'm working for Seattle Parks as a cooking instructor, I won't be cooking in the park. Hey, I love the outdoors, don't get me wrong. And I'll keep doing the Beacon Food Forest classes. But I like kitchens, too. And the kitchen at the Northgate Community Center is relatively swank.

So I'll be teaching there for a while. Check out my currently posted upcoming classes:

Eat Your Quince 

What's a quince? Find out and make and eat savory Persian quince stew and prepare sweet quince jam! Bring one clean ½ pint glass jar. At the end of this 2 hour course, students will be able to cook 2 recipes using quince: Quince Jam and Savory Persian Quince Stew. Please bring your own apron and containers to bring home your food in.

Cozy Winter Soups 

Learn how to make three easy, creamy, savory vegetable soups using basic ingredients. If you have some vegetables, a pot, a stove, and a blender, you are ready. Please bring your own apron and containers to take food items home.

You can sign up through the godawful Seattle Parks online registration site (course titles link directly) or you can walk in and sign up in person.