Raw SUNDAY SUPPER by Gabrielle Chavez — "In a Mexican Garden"

  • October 4, 2009 · 5:30 PM
  • Kairos-Milwaukie UCC

A Great Time To Be Had By All! To keep the incredible string of winning meals going, this week's theme is "In a Mexican Garden" by local author and gourmet raw chef Gabrielle Chavez who demoed her wild green smoothies and raw banana bread at the VegFest this year. The menu will be featuring:

A Beet Red Aperitif-Smoothie
Followed by:
Gabrielle's Chili-con-Corny Collard-Wrapped Burritos
Zingy Fresh Salsa
Growl for Joy Guacamole
Crispy Corn Chips
Coconut Creme Chia pudding
Just picked sliced watermelon All accompanied by wonderful table conversation

Everyone is asked to donate $10 - $20 for this meal

Optional: At 6:30 we leave the tables, move to circle, read a story, share communion, and pray for each other and for our shared world. Done by 7:00

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    Really liked the chile con corny filling for the collard wraps/tacos. So very good topped with the guacamole and salsa. The other group next door there was awed by the yummy raw samples they were given. Most of the veggies (including the watermelon) came fresh cut today from Gabrielle's garden so were especially sweet. Even the beet juice was good and I am no fan of beets. Small group this week of just 20 or so was relaxed; made it easier to chatter.

    October 4, 2009

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