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Good Eats Cooking Classes Celebrate Locally Grown Produce


Posted on June 3


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.

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