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Summer Cooking Classes - Free!

Uploaded: Jul 8, 2019

San Mateo County Libraries are sponsoring a free series of 1-hour cooking classes, taught by yours truly. Contact the individual library to RSVP. Join us and learn more about cooking with less animal foods and more plants.

Farm to Fork
Half Moon Bay Library
July 9, 6 PM

Seasonal eating... is it really healthier, better tasting, or just more expensive? We’ll discuss: vegetable and meat CSA’s, farmers markets, the “Dirty Dozen and Clean 15,” and visiting farms near you. Recipes highlight the best of what’s in season and show off fast ways to eat more vegetables.



EZ Cuisine - Cooking for Optimal Health
San Carlos Library
July 13, 2 PM

No time to cook? Learn tips that cut down on prep time spent in the kitchen, the Secrets of Vegetables, and how to build healthy meals fast with out recipes. Topics include: EZ seasoning system, knife sharpening, Seasoning Lesson #1 & #2, and adding in grains and protein for a complete meal.



Farm to Fork
Belmont Library
July 14, 2 PM

Seasonal eating... is it really healthier, better tasting, or just more expensive? We’ll discuss: vegetable and meat CSA’s, farmers markets, the “Dirty Dozen and Clean 15,” and visiting farms near you. Recipes highlight the best of what’s in season and show off fast ways to eat more vegetables.



EZ Cuisine - Cooking for Optimal Health
Atherton Library
July 16, 6:30PM

No time to cook? Learn tips that cut down on prep time spent in the kitchen, the Secrets of Vegetables, and how to build healthy meals fast with out recipes. Topics include: EZ seasoning system, knife sharpening, Seasoning Lesson #1 & #2, and adding in grains and protein for a complete meal.



Farm to Fork
Portola Valley Library
July 25, 2 PM

Seasonal eating... is it really healthier, better tasting, or just more expensive? We’ll discuss: vegetable and meat CSA’s, farmers markets, the “Dirty Dozen and Clean 15,” and visiting farms near you. Recipes highlight the best of what’s in season and show off fast ways to eat more vegetables.



Farm to Fork
Milbrae Library
August 6, 7 PM

Seasonal eating... is it really healthier, better tasting, or just more expensive? We’ll discuss: vegetable and meat CSA’s, farmers markets, the “Dirty Dozen and Clean 15,” and visiting farms near you. Recipes highlight the best of what’s in season and show off fast ways to eat more vegetables.



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