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Seasoned Chef’s Culinary Workshop

OCGreatPark_Culinary_workshopThe Seasoned Chef Series at the OC Great Parks is bringing some of the best chefs in Orange County to present local seasonal gourmet dishes, techniques and preservation methods. Eating seasonal and local foods is nutritionally rich and environmentally friendly, Ages 16+.

Tomorrow’s workshop will feature Tom Helspert and topic will be: Winter Duck Preservation, and the best part part is that this workshop is FREE!!!

Chef Tom Helspert will demonstrate how to process, procure and preserve all portions of a duck for winter. He will also give information on where to find choose and purchase local sustainable and humanely raised birds

  • When: Saturday, January 17, 2015 from: 10:00 am – 11:00 am 
  • Where: OC Great Park – Farm + Food Lab | click here for Map & Directions
  • Cost: Free

 

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Free Daniel Plan Cooking Class -Tonight!

There is a FREE Daniel Plan Cooking Essentials Class in Irvine TONIGHT! I would be there myself tonight but Girl Scout duties are calling.

Image from Saddleback Church Irvine Facebook page
Image from Saddleback Church Irvine Facebook page

This should be a great Healthy Cooking Class for Families on a Budget.  The event is being held at tonight.

  • Tuesday, January 13, 2015 at 6:30 PM
  • Saddleback Church in the Main Campus foyer – 18842 Teller Ave., Irvine.

Making healthy food choices as a family can be challenging — especially if you are always on the go. Come meet a certified Daniel Plan chef who will help show you the way with hands-on cooking demonstrations, tips for school lunches and busy weeknight dinners, and realistic menu plans on a budget.

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FREE Paleo Cooking Class

Surfas

Surfas Culinary District  in Costa Mesa is hosting a FREE Paleo Cooking demonstration with Sarah Cason of getinmytumtum.com. The class is scheduled Saturday, January 3, 2015 from 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM

Join Surfas in their test kitchen by welcoming Paleo recipe writer and blogger, Sarah Cason! A classically trained chef from the Midwest, Sarah writes about her Paleo kitchen adventures on her blog getinmytumtum.com.

Getinmytumtum.com has allowed Sarah to reach an audience of her friends, family, and fellow Paleo followers all while sharing her new recipes and inspirations. Sarah focuses on simple, familiar recipes that have been adapted to her interpretation of Paleo, often with a side of humor.

Enjoy a sample of:
Crispy Honey Mustard Chicken with Brussel Sprouts
Banana Mousse Pie

Surfas Culinary District is located at SOCO – 3309 Hyland Ave Costa Mesa (map)

For more about Sarah or her Paleo recipes, visit getinmytumtum.com.

Seating is limited so please arrive early for the best seats.

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