Flag Hill Cooking Class

Typically going to the dentist is an exciting trip for me these days, because it involves leaving the house by myself. No children in tow or bags of their stuff to keep them happy. So when I was able to attend the Flag Hill Cooking Class, it was a very special event for me.

The menu for the night was Beef fajitas (meat supplied by Lasting Legacy Farm), a marinated bean salad, and a raspberry mousse parfait, which we all went back for seconds and thirds for after cooking it. I learned a few new cooking skills, tasted a really great meal, and met some very nice new people. Chef McCormack was very skilled at answering questions, keeping us on task, and organizing the meal all at once. I also felt good knowing that my money spent for the class was going back into the eating locally cause, for the Willow Pond CSA.

The August class is already booked up, but September and October still have openings. Hope to see you there!

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