So you see all these awesome cooking classes and events going on all the time in Seattle, but you live on the Eastside. What to do? Well, you no longer need to cross 520 or dream: 21 Acres is bringing amazing cooking classes to Woodinville.
21 Acres, a non-profit with the mission of “supporting local farmers and following the principles of sustainable living” is using their 2013 teaching program to get us excited about local foods and living off the land. And they are starting 2013 with a bang, from teaching traditional japanese cooking including dashi stock, to building rain gardens in our usually wet yards to help native fish and grow delicious fruit like huckleberries and blueberries. And the teacher list is great, from Jake Harris of StoneSoup Gardens to Chef Asako Fukuda Sullivan. They only have events posted until April, so we’re curious to see where they’re going for summer.
Here’s a taste of their upcoming classes:
Traditional Japanese Cooking: January 19th, 10:30AM – 1PM
Family Friendly Cooking – Roast Chicken Dinner: January 26th, 10:30AM – 1PM
Edible Wetlands: February 16th, 10AM – 12PM
Joy of Chickens: April 6th, 10AM – 12PM
Thank you, 21 Acres! Keep on bringing food culture back to all of us.