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Kinfolk Magazine + Lacanche Butcher Block Party: Seattle

Amber Moss Ek

Saturday, June 29, 2013 from 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM (PDT)

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Kinfolk Butcher Block Party Seattle Ended $70.00 $4.84

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Join us for a peek into the life of your local butcher and fishmonger while we celebrate the abundant resources the Pacific Northwest has to offer, learning about local fare from both land and sea. We'll gather for a hands-on experience working with local fish and chicken, learning to properly butcher and prep both for your own home-cooking.  

We'll also have share a discussion about various cuts of pork and beef, ending with a delicious spread of local PNW provisions, a variety of cured meats, cheeses and sushi.


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By purchasing a ticket to this event, you waive liability and agree to indemnify and hold harmless Kinfolk Magazine, its officers, employees and representatives/hosts for any injuries, loss or damage to personal property associated with activities participated in this event.


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When & Where


Ravenna Park
5520 Ravenna Avenue Northeast
Seattle, WA 98105

Saturday, June 29, 2013 from 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM (PDT)


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Organizer

Amber Moss Ek

Born and raised on the Northern coast of California, Amber transplanted to the Puget Sound in 2001.  She is now growing roots with her husband and two young sons in their 1930's bungalow outside of Seattle, WA.  After the birth of their first son in 2008, Amber took a hiatus from her professional career as a Licensed Veterinary Technician.  With more time to spend pursuing creative interests, she rekindled her love of film photography, started a blog called Oakmoss, and opened an Etsy shop where she sells her handmade natural products for bath, body and home.  Her Etsy shop has grown and her natural essential oil products can be found online and in small boutiques around the country.

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