Hear Ira Bryck speak with LESLIE CERIER, THE ORGANIC GOURMET about her early experiences with her grandmother, who cooked by feel, and her mother, who was a solid 1950s meal maker. And how Leslie evolved from prescribing food as medicine, to writing cookbooks, inventing recipes for food companies, to personal chef, to teaching people how to feed, please and nourish everyone. Not to mention, her photography is otherworldly! So listen in!
Saturday, November 2, 2019; 11AM-12:30PM; Bolton Library, Bolton, MA
Come learn the playful art of mix and match with our local harvest to cook up a seasonal holiday feast that everyone will love. Join The Organic Gourmet chef, teacher, and cookbook author Leslie Cerier to guide you choosing ingredients, accommodating everyone’s dietary needs, moods and desires to make a healthy, scrumptious, meal to please, feed and nourish everyone during this indulgent holiday season. Families and all ages are welcome. Free. There will be tasty samples for you to try and lots of recipes and ideas to take home.Continue reading
Loving Kindness in the Kitchen, From the Seed to the Table; Sunday, November 10, 11AM-2:30PM; Amherst, MA
Through excited curiosity, our culinary adventure begins. In this hands-on, vegetarian cooking class, gourmet organic chef, teacher, and cookbook author Leslie Cerier guides us in the playful art of mix and match with the bounty from our local organic vegetarian harvest. We select ingredients, accommodating everyone’s dietary needs, moods and desires. Then we will cook and eat our lunch.Continue reading
Sunday, October 6, 1-3PM; Yoga Center Amherst; 17 Kellogg Avenue, 2nd floor, Amherst, MA
How can we use more fresh local produce year round to create healthy and delicious meals?Continue reading
Organic Vegetable and Cheese Omelette with edible flowers. A summer treat for brunch made with fresh organic kale, thyme, marjoram, nasturtiums and borage flowers from my garden. Bunching onions & yellow summer squash from my organic CSA, the Brookfield Farm; grass raised organic eggs and goat feta from the Amherst Farmers Market, and from my birthday lunch yesterday from my daughter, Michelle and our local coop, some incredible goat cheese from Vermont. All these ingredients plus lots of love and slow cooking take this over the top. Savor and enjoy every delicious bite!Continue reading