Cooking Fresh Seasonal Produce From the Farmers’ Market with Chef Gary Hild
Today we’ll focus on proper cooking techniques and expert tips guaranteed to make good use of fresh produce that’s always in abundance at our beloved Overland Park Farmers Market.
We know how easy it is to be seduced by tables full of colorful, farm-fresh seasonal produce. You want to grab all you can, but sometimes it can be a bit overwhelming, and we aren’t sure exactly what to do with them, or how to make the most of them. Don’t worry… we’ve got you covered!
Join today’s seasoned CCKC culinary instructor Chef Gary Hild as he shows you exactly how it’s done by teaching some of his favorite recipes using fresh, seasonal produce. The dishes taught will be totally dependent on what makes Chef jump up and down at the farmers market this week, but we can tell you that whatever he chooses, it will be delicious!
He’ll concentrate on herbs and other tasty produce and show you how to easy it is to use them to prepare delicious salads, salsas, sauces, and other great ideas. After this informative class, all you’ll need to do is take the today’s recipes to your favorite farmer’s market and choose your produce with confidence so you can create a tasty farm-fresh meal at home. Doesn’t get any easier or tastier than that!
Demonstration Class | Tasting
Sat 5/29/21 10:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Expert culinary instructors teaching simple steps that can change your life, one dish at a time! We have individual classes in our Cookwell™ Program as well as entire programs designed for corporate wellness initiatives. Why? Because wellness begins in your kitchen.
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NOTE: For Onsite Classes,please note that we are committed to providing the highest degree of safety for our guests including compliance with all applicable governmental orders. In this regard our protocols may change from day to day and we ask for your patience as we maneuver this not-so-delicious time. We have limited enrollment in our classes in order to provide for appropriate social distancing so it is important that you let us know at the time of registration whether you will be sitting next to someone else attending the class. You can note this in the “comments” section when you register online, or you can call us with this information at 913-341-4455. In this case, we will assume that you and the other person(s) are comfortable sitting next to each other. When you arrive, please check in with our Class Assistant who will give you information as to where you will be seated. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us!
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