Senegalese Cooking Class Saturday, August 14, 2021 10am-12pm Menu: Maafe - Chicken with veggies and peanut sauce (can be made vegetarian) Yassa - Lamb and onion stew Senegalese Couscous and fried plantains Investment: pay-what-you-can
We have space for up to 20 participants for this class and will provide ingredient kits for all who register and are able to pick up their kit before the class. Details will be sent to all registered participants. Please REGISTER HERE for the class by end of the day Wed 8/11. These cooking classes are pay-what-you-can with a suggested range of $10-$50.
The class will take place over ZOOM and we will provide an ingredients kit of the main ingredients. You will be cooking the meal in your own kitchen, and we can provide a list of kitchen equipment we will use and an ingredient list of additional things you might need that will not be included in the ingredients kit (like olive oil, salt, etc...)
GROUNDED IN FREEDOM Exploring the Connection Between Capoeira Angola and the Land Stay tuned for more details for 2021!
Keerai Farm We are building Keerai Farm as a POC and family-centered space, where folks can come to feel comfortable on the land and connect to nature, explore culture through food, medicine, and nature, and nourish and heal. We try to grow food with the least harm to the earth, and we focus on growing food that is important to many different cultures. We are making this space available for farmers who have previously lost access to land through colonial violence, forced migration, or institutional racism. We create space for people to celebrate and maintain culture, earn income, and build community.
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