what we are doing
We will begin with a brief run down of what's most in season in November. We will go for a tour around Hill St Market, looking at the delicious vegetables and fruits on offer from the vendors and discuss how to turn them into delicious meals. We will end with a look at some recipes and a discussion about local and seasonal food, while enjoying a snack made from local ingredients!
what you will learn
What vegetables and fruit are at their best in November and some delicious ways to prepare them. We will share tips on how to make the most of what's in season at Hill St Market! We will also discuss why eating seasonally is important.
type of lesson
your chalkler will be
Ania Upstill is a member of the Local Food Network who is passionate about growing and eating local food. Come talk to her at the Information and Swap Table at Hill St Farmers market to learn more about Wellington's local food movement!
Koha, donation for the Local Food Network
what to bring
Pen and paper if desired; cash to buy produce at the market if desired.
our cancelation policy
If you RSVP for a class and fail to show up, you will get a "no show". Three no shows means you will be removed from chalkle. You may request to rejoin after six months.
If you cancel your RSVP:
- more than seven days = refund minus 10% admin fee.
- less than 7 days = no refund, and restricted from this class for three months.
- after 7pm night before = no refund, class restriction, and a no show will be recorded.
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