Class: Celebrate Salmon – One of the Most Iconic Foods of Our Local & Historical Food System

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Class: Celebrate Salmon – One of the Most Iconic Foods of Our Local & Historical Food System

  • date: May 19, 2017
  • time: 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm
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  • Salmon is one of the most quintessential Pacific Northwest foods. Its cultural and environmental significance defines what it means to be a local and seasonal eater in Washington or Oregon. Join Chef Shelby Minnick as she discusses the role of salmon in our local history while you prepare a hands-on menu of smoked salmon deviled eggs, fresh herb salad, and tender nori-wrapped glazed salmon with toasted pumpkin seed kale. With seafood and dairy.

    We celebrate true farm-to-table cooking at 21 Acres; all ingredients come from local farms, including the 21 Acres Farm. Starting in May, our spring classes begin at 6 pm with a guided walk on the farm.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Sustainable Culinary Education 

    Our culinary education team enhances the mission of 21 Acres by defining mindful eating from a wider lens perspective. We use only local, seasonal, whole food ingredients in order to promote a sustainable local food system, support our local agricultural ecomony, and reduce our carbon foot print by purchasing ingredients that travel less miles from farm to table. Focusing on whole food ingredients also enhances the nutritional value of our recipes. All of our classes strive to teach delicious, simple recipes using everyday culinary techniques that make it easy for students to incorporate healthy meals into their busy lives. We hope our approach will inspire people to embrace local foods and the timeless art of cooking.

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