Healthy Cooking Workshops and Demos

2017 Edible Education Schedule

Check back frequently for updates on recipes, chefs, and events!


***Cooking Workshops***

 

March 6th at the Pacific Grove Market4:00 pm– Chef Todd Champagne, Recipe: Mixed Garden Bouquet

March TBD at the Marina Market : 12:00 pm– Chef Sandra Ortega, Recipe TBD

April 10th at the Pacific Grove Market: 4:00 pm– Chef Sherrie Ransom, California Cole Slaw [Recipe is vegan & fresh!]

May 22nd  at the Pacific Grove Market: 4:00 pm– Chef Kari Bernardi, Recipe: TBD

May 28th  at the Marina Market: 12:00 pm– Chef Valerie Kazansky, Recipe: Plum or Apricot Chutney

June 13th at the East Alisal Market: 12:00 pm– Chef Jose Mondragon of Mix of Flavors, Recipe TBD

July 11th at the East Alisal Market: 12:00 pm– Chef Jose Mondragon of Mix of Flavors, Recipe TBD

August 7th at the Pacific Grove Market: 4:00 pm– Chef Sherrie Ransom, Recipe No-Cook Vegetable Pasta with a Creamy Spinach Sauce [Recipe is vegan & fresh!]

August 15th at the East Alisal Market: 12:00 pm– Chef Jose Mondragon of Mix of Flavors, Recipe TBD

September 12th at the East Alisal Market: 12:00 pm– Chef Jose Mondragon of Mix of Flavors, Recipe TBD

September TBD at the East Alisal Market: 12:00 pm– Chef TBD, Recipe TBD

October 8th at the Marina Market: 12:00 pm– Chef Rondi Robinson, Recipe TBD


***Demonstrations***

May TBD at the Natividad Medical Center: 12:00 pm– Chef TBD, Recipe TBD

July TBD at the Natividad Medical Center: 12:00 pm– Chef TBD, Recipe TBD

September TBD at the Natividad Medical Center: 12:00 pm– Chef TBD, Recipe TBD


Everyone’s Harvest is pleased to offer healthy interactive cooking workshops which teach community members about nutrition, fresh produce, active living and local small-scale family farmers.

These workshops bring chefs and families together in Everyone’s Harvest’s outdoor edible-ed-2012-ccckitchen to prepare and cook healthy recipes using fresh fruits and vegetables from the farmers’ market. Families get an opportunity to work with a professional chef to prepare a healthy recipe to enjoy on-site. Workshops are free to the public and participants receive vouchers to purchase fresh fruits and vegetables directly from our farmers’ markets! All ages are encouraged to participate. The program is largely made possible through grant funding. A big thank you to our program funders: The Nancy Buck Ransom FoundationUnited States Department of Agriculture Farmers Market Promotion Program and Monterey County Gives! Thank you to the Natividad Medical Center for sponsoring the healthy cooking demonstrations at the Natividad Medical Center.

To learn about the wonderful chefs we work with, click here!

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