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21 Acres: Fresh from the Farm Everyday (Fall Harvest Cooking Series)

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Tuesday, October 10, 2017 at 6:00 PM - Wednesday, November 1, 2017 at 8:30 PM (PDT)

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Attendee Ended $195.00 $11.72
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To become a member and receive your member discount on this series, contact generalinfo@21acres.org or 425-481-1500.
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Fresh from the Farm | Fall Harvest Cooking Series

Spinning off from our wildly successful youth culinary program, Cultivating Cooks, comes the adult version of this hands-on, back-to-basics culinary series. Why should the kids have all the delicious fun?! We're excited to welcome Chef Andrea Christensen and Cody Castiglia as the culinary coaches and mentors for this program. Discover a fresh-from-the-farm approach to cooking for you and your family. The classes are scheduled as two, 4-week series (101 and 201) and designed to inspire and support new and seasoned cooks alike!

In the 101 series, you’ll learn and fine tune a variety of kitchen foundations like knife skills and cooking techniques as we explore simple farm-to-table menus for breakfast, lunch, dinner and dessert recipes. In the 201 series, we’ll prepare to usher in the holidays with an exploration of seasonal and local ingredients paired with holiday recipe favorites. Each 4-week series is offered at a significant discount from individual class offerings (regular attendees save $81, members save $51). Cooking is an experience, not just a meal, and we look forward to sharing this culinary journey with you! Read more about each series below! With wheat, dairy, vegetarian options available.

Fresh from the Farm Everyday | Local Seasonal Cooking for Every Meal (4 Week Series)

Week 1 - Tuesday, October 10: What’s for Lunch? Fall Harvest Soups & Salads (Andrea)
We’ll kick-off week 1 with a focus on developing confident knife skills by chopping a variety of fall vegetables, such as sweet winter squash and savory root vegetables, for delicious fall harvest soups and salads. Recipes may include roasted squash and sage soup, toasted grain salads and hardy lentil soup with locally sourced sausage and vegetables. 

Week 2 - Tuesday, October 17: What’s for Breakfast? Whole Grain Breakfast (Cody)
In week 2, we’ll enhance our cooking skills by learning about locally sourced whole grains and make-ahead breakfasts like spiced whole grain granola, simply sensational baked and overnight oatmeal, breakfast cobblers and more!

Week 3 - Tuesday, October 24: What’s for Dinner? One-Pan Dinners (Cody)
Week 3 will focus on sustainably raised meats, from local farms and ranches, seasoned with fresh herbs and incorporated into the ever popular one-pan dinners! These easy-to-throw- together meals will make your fall dinners quick, easy and flavorful! You'll come away with a variety of simple ways to answer the time-old, "What's for dinner and when can we eat?" questions.

Week 4 - Wednesday, November 1:  What’s for Dessert? Everyday Baking & Desserts (Andrea)
Week 4 completes our fall harvest cooking series with everyone’s favorite menu item - dessert! In this class, we’ll focus on alternative sweeteners and healthy delicious dessert and baking recipes that can be made easily every day. Recipes include dark chocolate chip cookies with toasted hazelnuts, dark chocolate gluten-free brownies and spiced pumpkin Bundt cake.

Click here for information about the Fall Harvest Cooking 201 Series, Fresh from the Farm Holidays, beginning November 7th.

Instructors: Andrea Christensen, Juniper & Rye Kitchen, and Cody Castiglia, Della Terra Catering

Andrea is a born and raised Washington native who is passionately curious about food and her community both near and far. Her cooking is heavily inspired by Mediterranean food although Andrea finds joy in almost all food. She has a special passion for making pies. After 10+ years in the corporate world, these days you’ll find her canning her little heart out, teaching and cooking for friends, and connecting with fellow entrepreneurs. Andrea’s classes are like coming to dinner at your best friend's house. We cook a little, you help chop the veggies, Andrea shares her secret ingredient for her bolognese (hint: it’s cinnamon!) and most importantly we eat together. Join Andrea in the kitchen to learn a new recipe, share a meal around the table, make new friends and join in the creation of something delicious!

Cody was born and raised in Buffalo, NY. His father, grandparents, and many other family members worked in the restaurant industry, so one could say Cody was born to be a chef. After studying the culinary arts, as well as hotel and restaurant management, Cody worked at a number of restaurants that emphasized the use of local, seasonal ingredients. His background ranges from Southwest to Sicilian to Sushi, but his culinary philosophy is to merely gather the finest local ingredients in their peak season, and treat them in a way that best suits them. Cody has spent the last ten years pushing himself to learn and grow as a chef, typically working two or three jobs at a time. He has worked under some of the most elite chefs in the country and is eager to share the knowledge he has gained.

Registration is required in advance for culinary programs. All proceeds benefit educational programming at 21 Acres and initiatives related to accelerating social change toward more sustainable ways of growing, eating and living that protect the environment while supporting a better quality of life.

The more the merrier! Our culinary classes are twice as much fun when they’re full. 21 Acres reserves the right to cancel any class that fails to meet the minimum enrollment numbers required for teacher participation. 21 Acres may also cancel classes due to chef illness or inclement weather. If 21 Acres cancels a class, students will be notified and a full refund will be mailed or a credit issued on the credit card used. Learn more about 21 Acres' cancellation and refund policy.

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21 Acres
13701 Northeast 171st Street
Woodinville, WA 98072

Tuesday, October 10, 2017 at 6:00 PM - Wednesday, November 1, 2017 at 8:30 PM (PDT)


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The 21 Acres Center for Local Food and Sustainable Living is a nonprofit sustainable agriculture learning center and inspires action to solve climate challenges by learning as a community to grow, eat and live sustainably.

Contact information: generalinfo@21acres.org  |  425-481-1500

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