Class: Step Up Your Soup Game

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Class: Step Up Your Soup Game

  • date: September 21, 2016
  • time: 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm
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  • Come celebrate the fall harvest and cooler fall temperatures during this two-night class with Chef Kristi Brown from That Brown Girl Cooks. With a plethora of inspiring ingredients this time of year, soups can take center stage. Soups can also be easily reheated as leftovers for a quick lunch or weeknight meal. Chef Kristi will walk you through classic hands-on techniques to making flavorful broths and stocks. You’ll learn how to enhance flavors within each of these soup bases. Chef Kristi will also provide easy ingredient prep tips to ensure your soup endeavors don’t turn into an all-night episode in the kitchen! Classes will conclude with savoring the soup recipes prepared along-side fresh bread, local Cherry Valley Butter, and a seasonal salad.

    Kristi Brown: That Brown Girl Cooks
    Chef Kristi Brown-Wokoma, lovingly known as the ‘Chef Goddess’, has been committed to serving up culinary deliciousness since 1986. Her brand focuses on the art and experience of food through Culinary artivism. Culinary activism, the cultivation of fresh food and cooking as a means to bring people together, healing communities through the love and medicine of food. Her cooking style is a mélange of global and local flavors rooted in her African American background.
    With 26 years of cooking experience, the Chef Goddess has worked her way from the front of the house to the back, including creating a Seattle town favorite, That Brown Girl Catering, which is been transformed into That Brown Girl Cooks! (TBGC) TBGC is a foodie lifestyle company which includes: Interactive Cooking classes, Personal Chef services, Pop-up restaurant events and food products with its inaugural creation – Black Eye Pea Hummus!

    Registration is required in advance for culinary programs. All proceeds benefit educational programming at 21 Acres and initiatives related to accelerating social change toward more sustainable ways of growing, eating and living that protect the environment while supporting a better quality of life.