Sides and Sauces Spring Cooking Class

Sides and Sauces Spring Cooking Class

Brand new – a Sides and Sauces Spring Cooking Class! More people want to get more veggies on their plate and they want to know HOW.  It’s been said again and again; eat your vegetables.  Learning how to prepare a variety of veggies with 4 easy sauces that compliment them, is what this class is all about.

The cooking and eating together takes place in a comfortable home setting and is designed to equip guests with practical skills, nutritional and product information that encourage the transition away from processed foods and moving towards whole food meals using more fresh vegetables.

                                  Sides and Sauces                   Saturday, May 2                 11 am – 1 pm                 $40.00                

We will be preparing and eating Sesame Citrus Spring Greens. that will help you get more nutrient rich greens in your diet; Spicy Red Cabbage Slaw, which is a delicious “asian” inspired pressed salad; and Roasted Sweet Potato Fries with Homemade Tartar Sauce will be a favorite at your summer BBQ’s.  I will demo and you will taste a batch of Lacto-Fermented Pickles that are so easy – anyone can do it.  A veggie tray with 2 simple homemade sauces and a pot of rice will round out our feast.
Sides and Sauces Spring Cooking Class
All recipes are gluten, dairy and sweetener free.
All classes take place in our north – side Spokane home.
Recipes, beverages and lunch included.
Space is limited and prepayment is required.
Please e-mail me @ for more info.
Kohlrabi Kraut

As always, looking forward to cooking with you!


10 Comments on “Sides and Sauces Spring Cooking Class”

  1. Hi Amy – while this would be a most interesting class, we will be on our 10th Anniversary weekend to Yakima, wine tasting. Have a great class and I’ll catch you next time. Sheila

  2. I would love to do this class but I have already signed up for a bread making class that day…my husband and son might join you but I am wondering if you might consider giving this class again and I would grab some friends to join me…so if you would consider doing this…how many people would make it worth your time?

    1. Hi Catherine – yes I definitely can do it again! I need 8 people at least to make it worth it. It’s such a yummy class!

  3. Hi Amy:

    I am going to try to make this happen, but in the meantime my son and husband want to sign up for this class…so should I send you a check or would you like me to pay and what is the address for the class. Thanks Amy! They are excited!!!

  4. I am busy on the 2nd but would love to take this class if you offer it again on a different day. Keep me posted.

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