FACES OF SAC>
ADVERTISE>
CONTACT US>
SUBSCRIBE>
DIGITAL EDITION>
BEST OF SACRAMENTO    GOODIE BAG    SPECIAL SECTIONS    NEWSLETTERS    RESTAURANTS    WINE    LOCAL EATS    SACRAMENTO GIVE
Good Eats Cooking Classes Celebrate Locally Grown Produce


Posted on June 3, 2014


If you’ve got Farm-to-Fork fever and want to learn how to start incorporating locally grown and  crafted products into your cooking repertoire, consider taking a class from Paulette Bruce. Bruce, a talented fixture in the Sacramento region food scene, has been a cooking instructor for years, and currently offers classes in the well-appointed culinary center at East Bay Restaurant Supply. She offers a Saturday morning class once a month featuring ingredients from local farmers’ markets in support of the Farm-to-Fork movement; and will also be instructing a “summer dinner” class (including a roasted tomato tart, grilled and herbed Cornish game hens, and blackberry peach cobbler) on several Sundays in June. Classes cost $75 per person and feature three hours of hands-on instruction, coffee and fresh-baked breakfast treats, tastings of all the recipes and a recipe booklet to take home.

For more information, visit Bruce’s website or call her at (916) 498-9804.

Subscribe
Edit Module
Edit Module
Edit Module
Edit ModuleShow TagsEdit ModuleShow Tags

PARTY PICTURES

Sacramento Theatre Company's Black and Red Gala 2017

Sacramento Theatre Company's Black and Red Gala 2017

Published: Monday, September 25, 2017