Are you ever stumped by what to do with all of the produce in your weekly share? Or do you struggle with how to throw things together to make dinner on a busy weeknight?
I’ve teamed up with Tentiko, a Denver based organization who puts together fun experiential events, to offer a special cooking class. Participants will bring their produce from their weekly share and together we will create and cook a meal with fresh-picked, local produce. The class will be on Tuesday, 9/10, from 4-6 in the evening, and will be held in my gourmet kitchen.
We’ll pool all our produce and brainstorm a delicious dinner showcasing our shared ingredients, and I will provide additional pantry staples plus protein options to round out the menu. You’ll go home with a four- to six-serving feast!
I expect this classes to fill quickly, so head on over to the Tentiko website to sign up right away!
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This year’s Harvest Festival was so much fun! Here are a few pictures we captured of the day! Can’t wait until next year!!
Just a quick reminder to everyone from Jacquie that if you are planning to pick any vegetables while you’re at the harvest festival on Sunday, you’ll need to bring your own bags or boxes. When you check in for the festival you’ll see a sign listing which fields and which vegetables are available for picking.We’re adding a fun demo station at the farm for this year. Do you or your kids struggle with how to quickly separate egg yolks from the whites without cracking the yolk? Stop by the egg separation demo table and try out a quick, easy, and fun technique. See you all on Sunday!