BriarPatch Cooking Class: Slow Cooked One-Pot Dinner
In the Jewish tradition, food for Shabbat (the Saturday Sabbath) is made over a hot plate or in the oven overnight. This method of slow cooking was developed over hundreds of years in different regions around the world. Come learn a few secrets using traditional recipes to create an entire meal in one pot. We will make Hamin (chulnt) – a pot filled with meat, vegetables, grains, eggs, and other goodies – as well as a vegan pot. This is a perfect meal for the coming cool weather and will leave your taste buds filled with joy.
Co-op Cooking Classes are held in the BriarPatch Co-op Community Cooking School at 648 Zion St. in Nevada City. Only 10 students per class, so sign up early. $30 for BriarPatch owners, $35 for non-owners. Sign up online or with Hilary, 272-5333 x134, firstname.lastname@example.org. 48-hour cancellation deadline.