A Fix-It Fair workshop... at home!
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About this workshop
Types, tips and tricks, oh my! Join us for a dive into the beautiful world of winter squash. We’ll roast and microwave delicata squash, prepare stuffed black futsu squash, and talk about many other varieties.
Portland Farmers Market and Cook First PDX present Fixin’ to Cook Winter Vegetables, a cooking demonstration series highlighting winter vegetables root to leaf. Each demonstration will include recipes, techniques, and resources to make it easier to get more vegetables on the table.
Each session we’ll host a live Q&A and share information about the Double Up Food Bucks program—which provides a SNAP match at the farmers markets. New to the kitchen or a seasoned home cook, this series is for all curious eaters. Join us the following Tuesdays at 2 pm: Jan 12 and 26, Feb 9 and 23, Mar 2 and 16.
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More about Portland Farmers Market
Providing Portland residents a year-round direct connection to more than 200 vendors with deep roots in Oregon and Southwest Washington, including farms, bakeries, meat and seafood providers, cheese makers and specialty and hot food artisans.
Presented as part of Fix-It Fair… at home!
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This free event is brought to you by Fix-It Fair at home with gracious support from our sponsors: Energy Trust of Oregon, Pacific Power, Portland Bureau of Transportation, and Portland Water Bureau.
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