Thursday marks the fourth week of OKT’s new 8-week Cook, Eat & Talk series with phenomenal cooking coach, Anja Mast. Anja has scoured a host of African American cookbooks to come up with healthy, low-cost, easy-to-prepare dishes that reflect tradition and taste awesome. This week, we’ll be cooking Jamaican Red Bean Soup and Sweet Potato, Kale & Black-Eyed Pea Soup as well as tasting Savory Jamaican Beans and Aloo Gobi.
Feel free to attend either the morning or evening session! No cost. Good eats. Great ideas.
Cook, Eat & Talk
6 – 8 p.m. Monday June 8
618 Jefferson SE, 49503.
Join OKT cooking coaches for a fun and informative evening of cooking, sharing ideas and tasting healthy, delicious dishes! Emphasis will be on in-season produce and inexpensive yet nutritious options that are easy to make for yourself and your family. Although OKT hosts its Cook, Eat & Talks to show its gardening program participants how to make use of their garden produce, this free event is open to all community members at no charge.
This is the fifth year OKT has hosted monthly Cook, Eat & Talk events as part of its Food Diversity Project, which is funded by a grant from the w K Kellogg Foundation.