Healing with the Autumn Harvest:
Pumpkin Love in the Global Kitchen
Saturday, October 15th, 10:00 am-2:00 pm
Most squashes find their way into our homes by virtue of their fabulous good looks. Earthy, rugged and with curves in all of the right places, many gorgeous gourds are doomed to their collective fate as dust collectors and blasé mountains of mash. However, this culinary nutrition workshop will help you fall madly in love with the autumn harvest as we transform local, organic ingredients into delicious dishes from around the world. This workshop celebrates not only the health benefits of seasonal plant-based eating but also the beauty and taste of the foods that give us life.
Lisa Marie Peloquin will delight your senses and empower your inner chef as we explore an abundance of creative ways to work with squash. Ancient healing traditions as well as contemporary holistic medicine agree that optimum fuel sources exist for the human body during the transition from Autumn to Winter. Using skins, seeds and flesh, we will play with texture, highlight color, and experience flavor!
Diversify your delivery system of Autumn’s nutritional powerhouses with a variety of delicious plant-based and gluten-free preparations
Explore the healing benefits of culinary traditions from a cross-cultural perspective, including raw and cooked recipes from Thailand, Morocco, India and even California
Learn how to effectively pair squash with the bounty of Fall ingredients to support harmony of body and mind during the transition from Autumn to Winter
Ditch the packaging: Learn how to make vegan cream sauce and gluten-free flatbreads at home
Tuition: $75 (includes delicious organic ingredients and handouts).
Maximum class size is 8.
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We are committed to making classes and programs accessible to all who are interested. There are work study and scholarship opportunities available. Please don’t hesitate to ask. Call 360-837-8733, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Lisa Marie Peloquin, Ph.D., lives among the beautiful plants and animals of the Columbia River Gorge. A cultural sociologist and Culinary Nutrition Expert, Lisa’s work helps others to create healing foods that nurture life within our bodies, relationships, and environment. When not in the kitchen or the forest, you can find Lisa posting her creations on: