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Healthy Harvest of North Iowa offers cooking class

By James Grob, [email protected]

Healthy Harvest of North Iowa, a local non-profit that works to connect and educate within the local food system, will offer a new cooking class series in Charles City.

Healthy Harvest of North Iowa offers cooking class
Healthy Harvest of North Iowa

On the final Wednesday of each month, participants will learn how to cook with the seasonal ingredients. The first class, which will be May 25, will feature Guest Chef Connie Debner of The Black Sheep Coffee Baa. Debner will teach attendees how to make Strawberry Rhubarb Scones and Asparagus Quiche using local ingredients.

An optional lesson at the Charles City Farmers Market will begin at 4 p.m. and the hands-on cooking class will be in the Youth Enrichment Center at the Floyd County Fairgrounds at 5 p.m.

Tickets are $20 each and are open to all skill levels. For more information, contact Mallory DeVries, Food Access Coordinator, at 319-883-9246.

Healthy Harvest of North Iowa is a diverse group of stakeholders in north central Iowa committed to fostering the health and vitality of our communities through strengthening a sustainable regional food system. The group is a small non-profit organization in North Iowa that connects and educates in support of the local food system.

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