Have you been trying to eat more vegetables?
Have you been intrigued by all the bounty at the farmers’ market, yet shy away from it because you don’t know how to cook and enjoy it?
Well, this photo is from Kyoto, Japan, but when I saw these vegetables at the market, I felt the same way. I wished someone would help me how to use these unusual vegetables — something I’ve eaten and liked at the restaurants, and want to try at home too.
So… I’m hosting a free class next weekend to help you with these spring bounty at our local Farmers’ Market!
What: “Farmers’ Market: Shopping & Cooking Secrets for Spring Produce”
When: Saturday, April 24th 2010 1-3 pm
Where: Oakland Lakeview Branch Library
550 El Embarcadero, Oakland, CA 510-238-7344
We’ll meet at the I-580 side entrance of the Oakland Lakeview Library at 1pm, stroll through different booths at the Grand Lake Farmers’ Market, and discuss different produce and cooking options until about 1:45pm. (You can eat lunch during that time. Lots of great options!)
Then back at the library at 2pm, you will learn my secrets — how to optimize what you bought for your everyday cooking so that you can create one week’s worth of many different dishes with half the time and effort while having a lot of fun!
Of course, there will be demos and sampling! The class will end around 3pm.
Depending on your schedule, you can only join the farmer’s market part or the class part.
The space is limited (esp. the library portion). My last free class at this location filled in a few hours — so please RSVP by clicking here now while there are only few — about 25% of the spots left.
If you have any questions, please leave me a comment.
Hope you can join us!