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May Cooking Classes

kiyokoMay is a celebration of global fare with BriarPatch Co-op’s cooking classes held at In the Kitchen cooking school.

Kiyoko Wilcox, BriarPatch’s Accounting Manager and a native of Japan, will teach you how to create a beautiful spring-themed Japanese “bento,” a seasonal boxed meal, on May 9. This traditional bento features rice cooked with vegetables, a slice of broiled miso-flavored fish, a Japanese-style rolled omelet, several kinds of vegetable side dishes, and more. It is going to be a perfect sampler of Wilcox’s quick cooking.

The intrepid traveler won’t want to miss May 16’s Raw Snacks class taught by Eva Tobie and Atma Campbell. This class will teach so that even the novice raw foodie fan can confidently fill-up a dehydrator to create high energy raw snacks in a simple way. With a focus on healthy, go-to, and sustaining, nutrient-packed trail snacks, Tobie and Campbell will demo goodies such as kale chip varieties, super food hiking bars, crackers, and much more. All ingredients are organic, plant-powered, gluten and soy free, and raw.

On May 23, Kayla Wexelberg will be teaching Indian Curry and Cuisine. Come enjoy learning the history and health benefits of Indian spices with a hands-on cooking class making Indian curry, flat bread, and yogurt. Discover the rich significance in each bite and why Indians hold true to their cooking traditions. Leave with a full belly and recipes to take home. Wexelberg has studied food culture in India and enjoys sharing what she has learned.

The month ends on a delicious and nutritious note with Lucinda Tyrrell’s class, Think Global, Act Local: International Vegan Dishes. Spring into the new season with a lighter diet on May 30. Dishes include a Spicy Thai Vegetable Wrap, Southwestern-style Tempeh Tacos, and Cinnamon-scented Chickpea and Lentil Tagine with a Lemony Quinoa Tabbouleh.

More classes and descriptions are listed on BriarPatch’s website. All Co-op classes are held on Thursdays from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. at In the Kitchen cooking school, 648 Zion Street in Nevada City. The fee for most classes (which includes a share of what’s being cooked) is just $30 for BriarPatch owners, and $35 for the general public. For more information or to pre-register, call Mellisa at (530) 272-5333×129 or email MellisaH@briarpatch.coop.

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