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Cooking with Community
October 14, 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
An event every week that begins at 5:00 pm on Thursday, repeating until November 18, 2021
The Horticultural Society of New York presents:
Cooking with Community
Join us in the kitchen on Thursdays for a new series of cooking classes!
Local chefs, nutritionists and seasoned home cooks from the community will be teaching us how to create flavorful, nutritious, plant-based dishes.
Simply register here to receive the information for the zoom class.
Cook along at home, ask a question, or learn a new technique.
Questions? Please feel free to call us at 917-902-3940 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Next class THIS Thursday September 30th 5pm:
Thalia Flores-Perez – garden educator with The Hort and local longtime champion of sustainable agriculture, food justice, and healthy eating! Thalia will be sharing a plant-based version of a family recipe for Tinga Tacos with Roasted Cauliflower.
Thursday October 7th 5pm:
George Chang – local chef extraordinaire – check him out @homecookingtastesbetter George will be showing us how to create a dish incorporating Chinese Eggplants & Shitaki Mushrooms!
Thursday October 14th 5pm:
Miriam Aristy-Farer – community gardener, herbalist, and co-chair of Community Board 9’s Health & Wellness Committee. Miriam will be cooking and discussing platanos or plantains, and their importance in Dominican cooking.
More dates and details coming soon!
Made possible by generous support from: Burpee Foundation, City Parks Foundation (Green Relief Fund), Consolidated Edison of New York, Inc., Catskill Watershed Corporation, Charles A. Frueauff Foundation, New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, Farm Credit East, Hyde and Watson Foundation, Joseph & Laura Wortman Foundation, Reed Foundation, Tiger Baron Foundation, West Harlem Development Corporation, and allocations from New York City’s Councilmember Mark Levine and Councilmember Bill Perkins through A Greener NYC Initiative.