Real Food Holiday Workshop with Wellness by Kristen
Do you need some inspiration to break away from the usual holiday menu routine? Or maybe you want to learn new ways to incorporate fresh, seasonal produce into your holiday dishes. Either way, you don’t want to miss this class on November 15th!
This Real Food Holiday Workshop will use healthy-ish approach to eating and apply it to the holiday season. The workshop menu (below) features a delicious lineup of dishes that are all centered around the abundance of this harvest season.
You will walk away after this hands-on workshop…
- Knowing how to incorporate more seasonal ingredients into your holiday meals
- Feeling confident about making plant-based meals that can appeal to everyone at your holiday table
- Understanding ways to make holiday hosting less stressful and more enjoyable
And while we’ll all be pitching in to create the meal we’ll share together, it’s not required to have any cooking skills! We’ll be reviewing many basic techniques such as knife skills as well as more advanced skills like stuffing a pork tenderloin. Most importantly, the group will all sit down at the end of class and enjoy our holiday dishes together.
So bring a friend or fly solo for a delicious night of good food and good conversation!
Figs on Rosemary Skewers with Balsamic Glaze (VG, GF)
Kale & Delicata Squash Salad with Cranberry Vinaigrette (V, GF)
Herb-Stuffed Pork Tenderloin over Roasted Fennel & Lentils
Wild Rice & Lentil Stuffed Acorn Squash (V, GF)
(DIETARY GUIDE: V = Vegetarian; VG = Vegan; GF = Gluten-Free)
ABOUT THE SPACE, T-STUDIO EVENT SPACE
We are lucky enough to be able to hold our event in the beautiful T-Studio Event Space in the Ditmars area of Astoria, Queens. Known as one of Astoria’s hidden gems, T Studio is located in the historic ASW building, which dates back to the early 1800’s and was once the Astoria Silk Works factory. The building is now home to Long Island City’s most creative artists, musicians, and photographers. The history of the space is evident in its industrial characteristics: high ceilings, cement floors, and a century-old smokestack on our terrace.
Tickets are $75 and can be purchased here.