Joan MacIsaac to host “expanding our summer buffet” class
Class to be held at East Congregational Church with Brookwood Community Farm
We will prepare easy summer meals inspired from the Meze, Tapas, and Antipasto recipes of the Mediterranean. At the heart of it all is fresh produce, simple preparation and enticing flavors achieved with cooking techniques, spices, and herbs. We’ll make a meze platter of interesting dips (carrot-walnut dip, green harissa, cucumber yogurt…) along with fresh salads and breads for dipping. This class will be held on Thursday, August 16th from 7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. for $45.
About Joan MacIsaac:
Joan MacIsaac is the co-owner of Effie’s Homemade. From restaurant chef to owning a catering business and teaching cooking classes, Joan has explored, tested and re-created delicious regional recipes. Throughout her many food careers the grounding factor has been her love for gardening at the community garden.
To register for this class:
To register for these classes and to learn about more classes or about Brookwood Farm, please go here: https://brookwood-community-farm.myshopify.com/collections/cooking-class-series-2018. Classes are in the evening at East Milton Congregational Church’s commercial kitchen.