Two EarthSave veggie Thanksgiving events
- Event 1:
November 17, Monday - Thanksgiving Vegan Cooking Class
Time: 7:00 - 8:30 PM*
Location: Palermo's, 915 S. San Tomas Aquino Rd,
"Cooking a Vegan Thanksgiving Feast," a hands-on class
with "The Fresh Chef" Matthew DuTrumble.
Learn to prepare gourmet foods quickly and easily
using the techniques Chef DuTrumble learned as a
student at Johnson and Wales Culinary Academy and has
perfected in his recent years as a professional chef.
* 7:00-8:00 PM hands-on class, 8:00-8:30 PM sample
what we've made and Q&A with the chef
Topics include: The Herbs of November and how to use
them correctly and effectively, Super Stuffing, Root
Vegetable Mashes, Making a Vegetable Stock- how it
saves you money and has multiple uses in the kitchen,
Mushroom Gravy, and Roasting Vegetables.
*Recipes will be provided to take home. Please bring
your own apron.
Chef DuTrumble has added this class at a special price
especially for EarthSave Bay Area. Both members and
nonmembers are welcome to attend. Class size will be
limited to 12 people, so RSVP today!
To RSVP leave a message at (408) 380-1214 or email
----- and now for Event #2 -----
Thursday, Dec. 11 (6:30-9pm)
EarthSave turkey-free holiday feast and cooking
All are invited to the EarthSave's festive and
fabulous four course holiday dinner created by
renowned Chef Gary Alinder. After dinner
Chef Alinder will demonstrate preparation of three
cranberry dishes for the holidays. Gary's culinary
career includes experience with Japanese, French, and
natural foods and emphasizes fresh, seasonal
organic plant-based dishes. He specializes in cooking
for groups on retreat as well as catering and teaching
RSVPs received by 11/28: EarthSave members $23,
RSVPs received 11/29-12/04: EarthSave members $25,
-To pay by check make payable to "EarthSave" and mail
to: EarthSave Bay Area, P.O. Box 865, Cupertino, CA
- Or use our secured online credit card reservations
(available starting Nov. 20.) Please do not email
credit card information.
For more information, please visit our website:
http://bayarea.earthsave.org (note: no www)
Both events should be knockout yummy.
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