September Cooking Classes

Cooking Classes

Saturdays @ The Center with Chef Duggan

Begins Saturday, Sept. 16 | at The Center for Advanced Technical Studies (916 Mount Vernon Church Road in Chapin) | 10am – 1pm | $40 per person, per class

Join Chef Duggan for Saturdays @ The Center! Everyone is welcome to this series of six Saturday cooking classes, beginning Sept. 16, that are brought to you by School District Five of Lexington and Richland counties. Class schedule includes the following topics: Tailgate with Flair, The Art of Sushi, Holiday Baking, Brunch is Served, Culinary 101, and Taste of India. All classes taught in a state-of-the-art culinary kitchen, with culinary students there to assist. Register in advance by calling 803.476.8601 or email amims@lexrich5.org.

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RAW 101 Class | Good Life Cafe

Wednesday, September 13 | 6 – 8pm | 1614 Main Street
In this RAW 101 Class, you’ll learn how to make delicious vegan dishes like Kale Avocado Grapefruit Salad, Cashew Herb Cheez and Crackers, Alfredo Sundried Tomato Pesto over Zucchini Noodles, and Snicker-ish Bars. Seating is limited, so register now! More here.

Cooking Class: Braising and Roasting | F2T

Tuesday, September 19 | 6:30 – 8:30pm | City Roots, 1005 Airport Blvd.

This class in Braising and Roasting is from Farm to Table Event and Catering Company, and will be taught by Chef Kristian Niemi, Owner of Bourbon Columbia. He will instruct you on the techniques related to braising and roasting meats and vegetables, which is a great way to put on a wonderful dinner at home with less work. Tickets here.

 

NewsFlash: City Roots Launches Farmers Market!

This Thursday City Roots launches their own Farmers MarketCity Roots Farmers Market

Located at 1005 Airport Blvd., City Roots Farm will host a farmers market every Thursday from 4pm – 7pm on-site. This Thursday – October 20th will be the first Thursday it is opened, so don’t miss it! The market will feature a selection of local products: fresh, organic produce grown at City Roots’ farm, pasture-raised pork, lamb and poultry, free range eggs, artisan breads, organic maize products, fresh milk and butter, cheese, honey and a selection of craft beer and wine. Each week, Farm to Table Event Company will prepare seasonal, farm-driven food for purchase, and they’ll offer tastings, live acoustic music and a farm tour at each market. On Oct. 20, enjoy music by the Tom Hall and the Plow Brothers!

City Roots has partnered with other local, sustainable farmers to offer a fun, alternative shopping experience, as well as the chance to get to know the farmers and producers responsible for your food. The market is designed to be a one-stop shop for locally-sourced, CSA-driven meals, in a relaxed farm environment.

Want to know what farms are participating? Click here!

Visit their launch Facebook page here. Enjoy Foodies!