Brookwood Community Farm to host cooking classes throughout July

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Cooking classes to be held at Brookwood Community Farm

Classes include pasta and veggies as well as knife skills

Smarty Pants Pasta and Veggies for Kids with Miss Debbie
July 19th (ages 7-17)

Debbie Alsebai has been enabling kids to gain a love for cooking for 12 years. She will show kids how to make a tasty pasta dinner and also how to safely use a knife. She teaches kids the connection between healthy food and a healthy planet and she inspires them to try new foods. What’s the class plan? Homemade alphabet soup, a veggie-pasta dinner, and cleaning up after yourself.

Knife Skills with Camila Chaparro
July 25th from 7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.

Camilla has a culinary degree from the Cambridge Culinary Institute (CCI) and has worked at Sarma, The Plate in Milton and now at America’s Test Kitchen. She is teaching knife skills, something that she now teaches at CCI. She says “not having a good knife or knowing how to chop can slow the cooking process down, so that cooking feels overwhelming”. She will produce a few delicious recipes are the class hones their craft.

To register for these classes:

To register for these classes and to learn about more classes or about Brookwood Farm, go to Details are available on the home page and under the programs tab-education. Classes generally begin at 7:00 p.m. at East Milton Congregational Church’s commercial kitchen.

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