THIS EVENT IS IN THE PAST!
A Native Californian Holiday Feast
Above: Promotional graphic for A Native Californian Holiday Feast on November 23rd, 2013.
It's time to honor the seasons and celebrate like our ancestors did - California style! Inspired by the series "Cooking Through California's History", this class is a sneak peak into local eating habits of Native tribes with Spanish- colonial influences.
We will learn about the legend of the Three Sisters and how those companion plants work together to nourish our earth and body. We will honor the state bird of California by roasting quail, and explore rustic techniques as we make Indian corn cakes.
This will be a feast to remember - and replicate!
Date: Saturday, November 23rd 2013 3 -5 pm (ages 7 and up)
Class taught by Fernanda Larson, MS, Certified Nutritionist, Culinary Instructor and Director of Cook for Thought: brainy cooking classes for 21st century learners!
Includes a recipe booklet, all ingredients and generous sample portions for participants and an adult.
$35.00 per single registration $55.00 per parent/child duo
Pre-Registration is Required for all classes
For more information, contact Cook for Thought at 858-242-2341 or firstname.lastname@example.org