Here are some menus from some upcoming classes:
September 8th in Santa Rosa 4:00 to 6:30
Comfort Food to Make You Smile
~Arugula Salad with Toasted Sunflower Seeds, Tangerines and Buttermilk Dressing
~Turkey Meatloaf with Four Vegetables
~Roasted New Potatoes with Parsley Pesto
~Steamed Broccoli with Lemon Butter
September 10th in Sebastopol 4:00 to 6:30
The, oh-my-goodness-this is so-good Menu
~Marinated Red Onion, Heirloom Tomato and Roasted Beets Salad with Dill
~Home made Bell Pepper Pasta served with Homemade Tomato Oil, Blue Cheese and Pine Nuts
~Steamed Summer Vegetables
~Blueberry Lemon Tart
Location to be announced soon
A no recipe class. Bring your CSA box, or veggies and fruit from your own yard; your own chicken’s eggs…whatever you have! All 10 people will do this without telling everyone what they’re bringing and we’ll have a blast creating a sumptuous meal.
I will have basics like herbs and spices, olive oil and the like. Plus, I’ll bring my years of experience creating meals from what I have. You’ll learn some fun tricks…I hope!
Not for the faint of heart.
Location to be announced soon:
Delicious and Versatile!
This menu can very easily be made vegan. I’m always willing to adapt!
Romaine Salad with Red Wine Vinegar Vinaigrette, Sliced Toasted Garlic and Bacon
Sweet Corn Chowder
Portobello Mushroom Panini
Home Made Ice Cream-the flavor will depend on my mood and what looks good!
The first class will be held in Santa Rosa on September 8th and the comfort food class will be held in Sebastopol on September 10th. Class size limited to the first 10 people. The class fee is $55.00 per person (you bring your own wine if you like). After you register for the class and pay the class fee via check or PayPal I will send you the address.
Both kitchens are lovely and both are at my dear friend’s houses. Join us! We have so much fun and you’ll not only learn some wonderful new recipes, but you will learn the nutritional components of various ingredients.
O.K., this photo has nothing to do with food, but it’s a great sculpture, isn’t it? We’ll take photos of the beautiful food you will prepare in class!