Date(s) - 02/15/2020
11:00 am-1:30 pm
Old Glenford Church and Hall
We are honored to host our second Seasonal Eating Workshop at the Kingston Winter Farmer’s Market:
Hearty Winter Harvest Bowls with Maria Reidelbach,
author of the forthcoming climate change cookbook
“Turning the Tables: Cooking to Thrive in the 21stCentury”
(a project of Cornell Cooperative Extension Ulster County)
Using a smorgasbord of winter vegetables like butternut squash, kale, rainbow radishes, potatoes, carrots, beets, Brussels sprouts, eggs, lentils, beans, apples, herbs, microgreens and nutty whole grains we will each compose, embellish and dress our own beautiful, delicious harvest bowls that are not only easy on mother earth, but healthy and satisfying for body and soul. Participate in preparing the produce and other ingredients, making a dressing, and then enjoy a phenomenal, hearty local lunch!
Bring a jar to take home extra dressing.
Apron and hat or other implement to hold back hair suggested.
Suggested donation: $10-15
Location: Old Dutch Church, 272 Wall St, Kingston, NY 12402
Date: February 15, 2020
Times: 11am-12pm & 12:30pm-1:30pm
Please RSVP by Tuesday, Feb 11th to: email@example.com
Please include your choice of workshop time, 11:00am or 12:30pm
Maria Reidelbach is a local food activist, advocating for community-based education, activism, and local farming in the Hudson Valley for decades. An artist, journalist, and best-selling author, her work explores the relationship between high art, popular culture, and community endeavor. Current projects include Stick to Local Farms, an interactive map featuring local farms, The Yardavore, a column about eating locally foraged and cultivated food, the Stick to “Local Farms Cookbook: Hudson Valley,” and forthcoming “Turning the Tables: Cooking to Thrive in the 21stCentury,” a project of Cornell Cooperative Extension Ulster County.