The schedule of cooking classes this summer is full of fresh ideas using fresh food! Locally-grown produce is featured as our favorite chefs use the summer’s bounty from local farms as the inspiration for amazing cooking:
Homegrown and freshly-dug garlic is the main ingredient on an all-garlic class on July 15 with Katy Colson.
Chef Cary McDowell of Winslow’s Home cooks with their farm-fresh food on July 21.
Local tree-ripened peaches are the star in every dish on July 26 with pastry chef Christie Saali of Sidney Street.
On August 2, chef Brian Hale of the Chase is cooking with the best of Missouri cheese, meat, fish, and vegetables.
Chef-owner Jim Fiala (The Crossing, The Terrace View, Acero, Liluma) works with the produce of Yellow Tree Farm on August 7.
The best-tasting local tomatoes are on display in several dishes by chef Adam Lambay of Chaumette Winery on August 11.
Chef Greg Ziegenfuss has several farms in mind for his delicious cooking class on August 26.
Chef-owner Kevin Nashan of Sidney Street uses the fresh produce and eggs from a local urban farm on August 30.
All this beautiful produce means that canning season is here! Don’t miss these creative classes:
Learn how to put up preserves and jam on June 12 with Dawn Meyer.
Justin Lesczc cans his goodies (including chanterelle mushrooms!) from his Yellow Tree Farm on July 25.
Chef Josh Galliano of Monarch, who wins blue ribbons for his canned goods, shows how it’s done on August 21.
Canning is not just for sweets and tomatoes; learn how to pickle vegetables with Christie Saali on August 29.
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