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Festive and Healthy Dishes for Hanukah

Potato Pancakes with Teff Flour, Gluten Free, Vegetarian and Delicious

December 25, 2019; 2PM-6:30PM; Shutesbury, MA

Join Leslie Cerier, “The Organic Gourmet” renown farm to table vegetarian chef, cookbook author and cooking teacher for a hands-on cooking class featuring several delicious seasonal, vegetarian dishes cooked with healthy fats (ghee and virgin coconut oil) to enhance the flavor of your Hanukah parties.

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Holiday Cooking: How to Feed, Please and Nourish Everyone

Leslie Cerier's Gluten-Free Pumpkin Pie

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.

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Organic Catering for A Bachelorette Party

Falafel Patties are great for lunch or dinner served with a salad

I love being a Personal Chef and cooking up a feast for my clients to celebrate special occasions. We created the menu together based on organic farm to table seasonal ingredients. Everything was gluten free and vegan except the Double Layer Chocolate Cake with Maple Buttercream Frosting. You can see the menu below.

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Organic Eggplant Dip with a Healthy Twist

Baba ganoush Salad with noodles with a twist

Frying up organic eggplant and blending it with organic garden fresh herbs: parsley, chives, and garlic chives, raw tahini, and ume vinegar makes a quick and easy, delicious, vegan dip.  Flavorful, farm to table, sweet carrots, local fermented pickles, and noodles create a gluten-free, beautiful, yummy meal. The noodles stand in for pita bread, a twist on the classic way to serve baba ganoush. And since black goes with everything, I chose Forbidden rice ramen. Plus, using alkalizing umeboshi vinegar and plenty of parsley balances  calcium draining eggplant for an eating your strong bones meal. Continue reading