Nearby, some of your friends and neighbors will be learning how to make a most impressive dish. And here’s the neat part: You can join as well!
This weekend, C’est si Bon! Cooking will be teaching patrons how to make grilled onion and bruschetta with honey and rosemary. How delicious does that sound?
Continue reading to learn how you can be a part of the action as well!
C’est si Bon! Cooking School Hosting Lessons This Saturday
One of the many benefits to regularly visiting the local farmer’s market in Chapel Hill is that this cooking school visits monthly to teach patrons how to cook a specific dish.
This week, from 8 a.m. to noon on June 28, they will give a fabulous cooking demonstration to celebrate Garlic and Onion Day at the Chapel Hill Farmers’ Market.
Now when you have your friends over for 4th of July weekend or host another summertime party, you will be fully prepared to cook this mouth-watering and unforgettable dish. Then YOU’LL be the one with people asking you for the recipe!
If you’re interested in receiving updates about future classes, then email email@example.com to be added to the list. Dorette Snover is the owner and chef of C’est si Bon!
Other Upcoming Events From C’est si Bon You Must Check Out
If you have an enjoyable experience today at the cooking demonstration, you may consider checking out some of the other programs the business offers:
Kid Chefs Cooking Program: Teach your children a love for cooking locally and organically early in life. During this program, participants will have the chance to experience gardening, pasta making, knife skills and chopping all first-hand. In fact, each day the class makes a 4-5 course restaurant quality menu from scratch! The next camp starts on June 30 and is $250.
Trip to France: Visit the motherland of fine cooking and rich wine by joining C’est si Bon on a trip to France. For more information, call 919-942-6550.
What Else Is New At the Farmer’s Market This Weekend?
After a helpful cooking demonstration for Dorette, make sure to take some time to tour the rest of the farmer’s market.
Right now, these vegetables are in season and ripe for purchasing:
- And pitty pat squash
Plus, don’t forget to purchase some onions, cucumbers, basil, and garlic while you’re there!
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Until next time,