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NORTHEAST GEORGIA TEACHING KITCHEN

Address: 46 Plaza Way, Clayton, GA, 30525

Phone: 706-782-0780

WINTER 2017 COOKING CLASSES & EVENTS


Thursday, Feb 23: An Evening with Chef Rebecca Lang

Join us for a cooking demonstration and recipe tasting featuring Chef Rebecca Lang! Watch as Chef Lang prepares her favorite seasonal recipes. Participants get to sit back, relax, and learn from the best. Tastings and wine included. Proceeds support nutrition education programs for kids in need.

Cost: $30

Time: 6:00-8:00pm

This class is suitable for adults

Special Guest Chef: Rebecca Lang

Rebecca Lang is a food writer, cooking instructor, and a ninth-generation Southerner. Born and raised in South Georgia, she is author of Fried Chicken, Southern Living Around the Southern Table, Quick-Fix Southern, Mary Mac’s Tea Room, and Southern Entertaining for a New Generation. She has appeared on multiple segments on QVC, Fox & Friends Weekend, WGN America’s Midday News, and numerous regional and local networks. Rebecca and her cooking have been featured in more than 50 nationally televised Southern Living food segments and in publications such as The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, The Washington Post, the Houston Chronicle, Wine Enthusiast, FoxNews.com, Glamour and Fitness magazines. A former assistant food editor at Oxmoor House, she earned a journalism degree from the University of Georgia and a culinary arts degree from Johnson & Wales University, and apprenticed with Southern cooking legend Nathalie Dupree. She serves as a contributing editor for Southern Living and teaches cooking classes across America, and writes a blog at www.rebeccalangcooks.com that has been featured on the James Beard Foundation Blog, Delights and Prejudices, and noted in Food News Journal’s Best of the Blogs. Her writing has appeared in many publications including Disney’s Family Fun, Taste of the South, The Atlanta Journal- Constitution, Flavors magazine, and Edible Atlanta. She resides in Athens, Georgia, with her husband, Kevin and their children, Camden and Adair.

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Friday, Feb 24: Farm Food Favorites: Winter Squash

Join organic farmer and health enthusiast, Terri-Jagger Blincoe of Ladybug Farms, to learn more about simple and nutritious ways to prepare peak season produce. Each month, Terri will feature a different fresh vegetable from her nearby farm and prepare 2-3 quick and easy dishes using five ingredients or less. February’s farm food favorite is WINTER SQUASH! Participants will have an opportunity to enjoy Terri’s healthy dishes together, and will be given recipes to take home.

Cost: $10

Time: 12:30-1:30pm

This class is suitable for ages 16+


Wednesday, Mar 1: Ferment for Health

From sauerkraut in Germany to kimchi in Korea, the history of fermentation is an exploration of tradition and culture. Join us in the kitchen as we get up close and personal with the microscopic organisms that many believe to be both our ancestors and allies. Learn how easy and beneficial it can be to produce your own fermented foods and beverages safely at home. Participants will get to taste a variety of homemade fermentations – sauerkraut, apple cider vinegar, kombucha, kimchi, kefir, and more! Students will also work hands-on to make their very own jar of lacto-fermented veggies to take home.

Cost: $45

Time: 5:30-7:30pm

This class is suitable for adults


Saturday, Mar 4: Breakfast Club: Green Eggs & Ham

You do not like them. So you say. Try them! Try them! And you may!” - Dr. Seuss

At our very first Breakfast Club, participants will get to make green eggs and ham, green pancakes, and green smoothies just in time for Saint Patrick’s Day! Kids will work in groups to prepare a delicious and healthy breakfast that is easy to recreate at home. This class is perfect for kids who love green food or want to learn how to make green foods taste more delicious!

Cost: $20

Time: 10am-12pm

This class is suitable for kids age 6-12 years


Saturday, Mar 11: Basic Knife Skills

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND! This is a great beginners’ class for those wanting to develop confidence using knives in the kitchen. Topics include knife safety, proper storage and disposal, and selecting the right knives. Instructors will guide participants through knife holding and cutting techniques while working hands-on to break down fresh fruits and vegetables.

Cost: $45

Time: 2:00-4:00pm

This class is suitable for adults - Knife Skills for Teens coming this Spring!


Friday, Mar 24: Farm Food Favorites: Garlic

Join organic farmer and health enthusiast, Terri-Jagger Blincoe of Ladybug Farms, to learn more about simple and nutritious ways to prepare peak season produce. Each month, Terri will feature a different fresh vegetable from her nearby farm and prepare 2-3 quick and easy dishes using five ingredients or less. March’s farm food favorite is GARLIC! Participants will have an opportunity to enjoy Terri’s healthy dishes together, and will be given recipes to take home.

Cost: $10

Time: 12:30-1:30pm

This class is suitable for ages 16+


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For additional questions and inquiries about rentals email us at teachingkitchen.mtn@foodbanknega.org