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.
This is George. He came to me as a client wanting to create a vegan product. He brought his “oat almond cinnamon date” topping that he wanted me to help him perfect. After talking to George and getting an idea of what he was looking for we went into my kitchen to fine tune the recipe. There he pulled out all the ingredients he brought for me to use to make a tastier, crunchier vegan raw topping.
Sitting next to beautiful kale plants at her CSA, organic farm in Amherst MA on a sunny day in Autumn, Leslie Cerier, The Organic Gourmet offers cooking tips and delicious vegetarian, gluten free, and vegan recipes for organic kale.
Bottom line: if a good for food doesn’t taste good, why bother!
Calendula flowers are edible. Light and filled with sunshine, they make everything pretty from brownies, pies, salads, sandwiches, appetizers, marinated dried tomatoes. I love turning folks on in cooking classes to using edible flowers as garnishes for vegetarian, vegan and gluten free meals. And they are easy to grow organic. Flowering again and again all through the summer and fall in New England, where I live, garden, host an organic B&B and teach private and group hands on cooking classes. I also like to add calendula petals to marinated dried tomatoes, and other Continue reading →