February 11, 2014, 6 pm-8 pm
- Seward Co-op classroom, 2nd floor
In West Africa, there are 150 kinds of edible greens, with flavors from spicy to bitter to mild. Participants will learn ways to prepare greens that maintain a high nutrient value. We’ll pair our greens with one of the many varieties of beans that are also a staple of the African Diaspora.
$12/$10 co-op owners
LaDonna Redmond, Seward Co-op Education and Outreach Coordinator
African Heritage cooking is a plant-based, hands-on cooking series that will explore simple and delicious foods of Africa, the Caribbean and the American South. Participants will receive an introduction to the vibrant history, culture and nutrition of African heritage foods while preparing a dish reflecting the class topic.
Please register for this event at Customer Service. Cancellations must be made 48 hours before the date of the class. Classes may be cancelled by Seward Co-op (for a full refund) if there isn’t a sufficient number of attendees registered.