Cooking with a Sense of Place, June 28

Canterbury Shaker Village begins this season’s series of cooking classes with “Cooking with a Sense of Place: A Slow Food Dinner with a Modern Twist.” Taught by Evan Mallett of the Black Trumpet Bistro, this hands-on class takes place on Thursday, June 28th, from 6 to 8:30pm in Canterbury:

Cooking with a Sense of Place: a Slow Food Dinner with a Modern Twist
Evan Mallett, Black Trumpet Bistro
Canterbury Shaker Village, 288 Shaker Rd, Canterbury, NH
Thursday, June 28, 2012
6 – 8:30pm
$69 CSV Members, $75 non-members

Hands-on culinary classes with some of the region’s most celebrated and innovative chefs! Learn technique with masters of the art, then enjoy the food you create. Join Chef Evan Mallett, owner of Black Trumpet Bistro in Portsmouth, for an evening of inspiring culinary demonstration with fresh, seasonal ingredients. Use local food to create a dish that is modern, comforting and delicious.

Also in the series:

• July 23: “Four-Star Farm Cooking: New Ideas from an Heirloom Garden” with Rich Larcom, Root Restaurant
• August 23: “Indian Dosas: Creative Vegan and Gluten Free Cooking” with Charles Latchis, Spoon Revolution
• September 27: “My Life and Times Cooking with the Last Canterbury Sisters” with Jeffrey Paige, Cotton
• October 25: “Holiday Boot Camp” with Erynn O’Neil, South End Chef

For more information: www.shakers.org

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