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Free International Cafe Community Cooking Class

Original post made by Pauline de Lange on Jun 14, 2013

Learn and Sample new Recipes Alongside your Neighbors

Join us for a free 'International Cafe' Cooking Class! We hope to bring together neighbors and foodies to learn and sample new recipes, meet other food enthusiasts, and see 'TimeBanking in Action*.' Six master chefs will teach you to make a variety of simple recipes for any occasion, and then we'll enjoy a community family-style meal.

Featured Recipes and Chefs:
Abe Wichnia will teach simple 2-step Italian Spicy Pasta
Leigh Kim will lead us in a unique Chinese dish
Clea Holdridge will teach 'the basics' to healthy meals, including rice pilaf and the diversity of stirfry
Patty Evans will lead us in vegetarian asian flavors
Sharon Croft will teach on the benefits and tricks of fermented foods
Autumn Vandiver is heading up desserts with an American tradition with a twist: campfire-less s'more cups

*The linkAges TimeBank connects neighbors with neighbors to exchange skills and interests. See how it works at: Web Link. Do you live in Mountain View, Los Altos, Sunnyvale or Palo Alto? Your neighbors might be TimeBank members! Visit timebank.linkages.org to learn more.

Be sure to bring family, friends and neighbors to the International Cafe, as this will be a fun, intergenerational community event for all!

RSVP at Web Link
We hope to see you there!

Comments (1)

Posted by Pauline de Lange, a resident of Willowgate
on Jun 14, 2013 at 3:51 pm

The event is Tuesday, June 25th, 5:30-7:30pm at the Historic Adobe Building, 157 Moffett Boulevard, Mountain View, CA 94043


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