We are very excited to be hosting chef Liz Barbour for an exciting and delicious slide presentation and cooking demonstration with tasting!
The modern movement of eating locally grown and raised seasonal fare has its roots deeply planted in our historic kitchens. “Eating locally” and “eating seasonally” have become fashionable terms. As with most things food trends change and the historical effects of large scale farming and manufacturing on our recipes and food preparation is worth exploring.
Join Creative Feast chef Liz Barbour as she explores our modern journey back to the local farm and your great-grand mother’s kitchen to learn why we have moved our food preparation so far from home. Enjoy a cooking demonstration of some historic recipes and learn how we can alter them for today’s shopping and palate. Enjoy a cooking demonstration of two delicious recipes and samples.
Join us on January 18, 2018 at 6:30 PM at Griffin Free Public Library for this program. This event is free, but there are limited seats available so registration is required. Please call or email the library at 603.483.5374 or firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your spot today.