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Join Slow Food Kansas City and a specially selected panel of experts in this one of a kind class. The members of our forum each bring a unique perspective and are among Kansas City’s most knowledgeable when it comes to buying local. No matter what your level of experience is with shopping at farmers markets, there will be something for everyone to learn.  Find out their best tips, taste some delicious food and leave ready to shop at your favorite farmer’s market this spring.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Our distinguished panel:

Beth Bader – Co-author of the book, “The Cleaner Plate Club”; Author of the blog, “The (ex)Expatriate’s Kitchen
Emily Akins –
Local Food Educator for Kansas City CSA Coalition and Kansas City Food Circle
Lisa Markley –
Healthy Eating Specialist for Whole Foods, Board Member Cultivate KC
Brooke Salvaggio –
Organic Farmer at URBAVORE, Market Manager at BADSEED Farmer’s Market

April 29, 2012
4 p.m. – 6 p.m.

BADSEED Farmer’s Market
1909 McGee Street
Kansas City, MO, 64108

$17 Members/$23 Non Members

Make your online reservation here: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/242153
Price includes class, food demonstration, and tastings.

 

Update: The spectacular tasting menu, created and to be prepared by Beth Bader, features locally grown products from URBAVORE Farm, Cultivate KC, Fire Lake Camp and The Local Pig. The three courses include:

Asparagus and Potato Salad with Mint and Lemon Dressing
Grilled Skirt Steak with Radish Chimichurri
Lemon Curd with Rhubarb Compote

Questions?  Contact Jamie at 913-530-5008 or jemilks@gmail.com

All ticket purchases are non-refundable.  If you are unable to attend your ticket purchase is a donation to Slow Food Kansas City.


*Photos courtesy of Brooke Salvaggio

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