Join working member Seth Pollins for a four-week series of Health and Wellness workshops in the Ambler Café. You might remember Seth from his very popular 28-Day Healthy Eating Challenge! Come to one or all four workshops!
November, December, January. Outside, it’s cold and dark. But inside, the kitchen is warm and inviting, and the meal lights the way — to conversation and laughter. We cook, we eat, and we feel brightened. In his novel "A Debt to Pleasure," John Lanchester writes:
It is a common fallacy to assume that winter food should partake of the obvious associations evoked by winter: large viscid stews, unspillably thick soups, colossal puddings. One wants to be warmed, true, but one also wants to be reminded of better times; to feel the onset of dawn in the darkest hour that immediately precedes it.
In this spirit, this class for the cooler months offers a host of inspirational recipes, tips, and tricks to warm and lighten your wintertime cooking.
>>FREE. Pre-registration is required. REGISTER HERE.
Seth Pollins is a cook, writer and teacher. For 10 years, as a lecturer and recipe developer at Whole Foods Market, he inspired thousands — from children to adults — to discover the joy of cooking and eating. His unique hands-on style stirs the heart and mind. Now you can enjoy Seth’s enlivening guidance at Weavers Way!
Weavers Way Workshops are a means of knowledge and skill-sharing among Co-op members, and include presentations, discussions, how-to's, book studies and support groups that are usually free, low-cost or gift-based, and open to everyone. Weavers Way members who lead workshops get three hours of work credit. Earn your Working Member status and enjoy 5% off all your purchases by sharing your expertise or experience. To propose a workshop, use this link or contact Programs Coordinator Jeannine Kienzle at firstname.lastname@example.org.