Saturday, June 10 • 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Feel Good Comfort Food

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Food is a cornerstone of health and wellbeing, but this goes well beyond the nutrition aspects. Food is tradition. Food is emotion. We have memory attached to certain recipes and techniques. Preparing and eating a meal is an opportunity to slow down and connect with ingredients, yourself your loved ones, new friends and old friends. It's a reason to get together. To laugh and drink and share stories and ideas. It doesn't have to be fancy, it doesn't have to be complicated. It doesn't have to have a label like "vegan" or "paleo." It just has to be good and make people happy.

Given the fact that we're (going to be) in Appalachia, let's learn to make some down-home, stick-to-your-ribs comfort food that celebrates the versatility and depth of flavor that comes from our vegetables friends. Let's make the kind of meal that will make us feel like we just got a ginormous hug (not the kind of meal that makes us crave a nap afterwards). Together, we'll nom on (just the beginning of) the good stuff West Virginia has to offer—simple food with deep roots and lots of love.
Class time devoted to lecture: More than 45 minutes

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Heather Crosby

Heather Crosby is a former veggie phobe turned veggie-loving cookbook author who lives in charming Shepherdstown, West Virginia. Like many folks who find their way to clean eating, she became accountable for her health because she had to, and she continues to work on it every day... Read More →

Saturday June 10, 2017 2:00pm - 3:00pm
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