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January 23 - January 29
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    January 23, 2022
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  • 24
    January 24, 2022

    City Market Livestream: Gourmet Mac & Cheese

    5:30 PM-7:00 PM
    January 24, 2022

    It’s the season for craving warm, delicious comfort food, and what better way to warm up your kitchen than learning how to elevate some of your favorite comfort foods to the next level? Join Chef Jason Gelrud to create a four-cheese mac & cheese with bacon and caramelized onions.

    The class will be held on the Microsoft Teams platform; instructions for joining the event will be sent to participants in advance.

    Learn more and sign up here

    Special thanks to City Market for partnering with us and making these workshops available to our members too.

     

  • 25
    January 25, 2022

    City Market Livestream: Camping Coffee with OGE

    5:30 PM-7:00 PM
    January 25, 2022

    Join City Market for another virtual installment of Backcountry Cooking classes, brought to you by OGE and City Market, all about that camping necessity: coffee! Their OGE backcountry chef will guide you through how to make coffee using a variety of methods so you’re sure to find the one that’s right for you. Get ready for a mouth-watering good time! They’ll also be discussing tips and tricks for packing appropriately and cooking in the cold.

    The class will be held on the Microsoft Teams platform; instructions for joining the event will be sent to participants in advance.

    Learn more and sign up here

    Special thanks to City Market for partnering with us and making these workshops available to our members too.

     

    Oryana Co-op Online Class: Warming Winter Soups & Stews

    6:00 PM-7:00 PM
    January 25, 2022

    Ali Lopez, one of our newest employees, moved here from Michigan where she was teaching online cooking classes. We are pleased to announce that Hunger Mountain Co-op Members can now access these classes through Oryana Co-op in Traverse City. Meet Ali and learn about Warming Winter Stews!   

    Warm up body and soul with a hearty, homemade bowl of roasted vegetable soup. Or how about a customizable vegan chili with marvelous toppings? Join Chef Ali in her cozy kitchen where she will choose the best local ingredients available to make two delicious vegan dishes that will help you enjoy cold winter evenings. Ali’s recipes are uncomplicated, full of flavor, and satisfying. Add a loaf of bread and a bottle of wine and you’ll be all set! 

    $10 class fee  

    Register online. You will receive an email with recipes and class details two days in advance. After class, you will have access to a recorded version. You must have an email address to sign up.  Check out their other offerings while you’re there!  

     

  • 26
    January 26, 2022

    City Market Livestream: A Filipino Feast: Chicken Adobo and Puto

    5:30 PM-7:00 PM
    January 26, 2022

    Join City Market for a Filipino feast! In this class, you will learn how to make two traditional Filipino dishes. The first, Filipino Adobo, is the “national dish”, and is meat or vegetables marinated and braised in soy sauce, vinegar and peppercorns. We will also make Putong Puti, a rice flour muffin that is steamed instead of baked. This class will be taught by Maria Garrido. Maria was born and raised in Florida in a Chamorro and Filipino household. After living in Louisiana and San Francisco, she moved to Vermont in 2005 to attend the New England Culinary Institute (NECI) and was most recently at the Burlington School Food Project.

    The class will be held on the Microsoft Teams platform; instructions for joining the event will be sent to participants in advance.

    Learn more and sign up here

    Special thanks to City Market for partnering with us and making these workshops available to our members too.

     

    How to do a Carbon Inventory and Create a Climate Action Plan with Catherine Lowther

    6:00 PM-7:00 PM
    January 26, 2022

    Since Catherine Lowther joined the Goddard College faculty in 1997, she’s created the college’s BA in Sustainability Program and the Climate Literacy Course, chaired the Sustainability Committee, completed a carbon inventory for the college which helped them reach carbon neutrality in 2018.

    On Wednesday, Jan. 19 and Wednesday, Jan. 26, from 6–7 pm, Catherine will host a two-part online workshop about measuring and reducing the amount of CO2 emissions you and your family produce in a year.

    In the first session, Catherine will present information about measuring the emissions created by burning fossil fuels, the electricity we use in our homes, and the emissions created by activities like dietary choices and flying. Participants will then use this information to do a carbon inventory.

    In the second session, participants will share inventory results and create plans to reduce emissions.

    Upon registering, you will receive information about how to do your carbon inventory.

    Please register by Tuesday, Jan. 18.

  • 27
    January 27, 2022

    City Market Livestream: Ethiopian & Eritrean Yebeg Tibs

    5:30 PM-7:00 PM
    January 27, 2022

    Join City Market for a virtual evening of Eritrean cooking! You will learn how to make Mulu’s yebeg tibs, a hearty lamb and vegetable stew. This class will be taught by Mulu Tewelde, who came to Vermont from Eritrea in 2006 and enjoys sharing her knowledge and love of Eritrean and Ethiopian cooking.

    This class is designed as a demo and not as a cook-along. The livestream event will be held on the Microsoft Teams platform, and instructions for joining the event will be sent out to participants in advance.

    Learn more and sign up here

    Special thanks to City Market for partnering with us and making these workshops available to our members too.

     

  • 28
    January 28, 2022
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  • 29
    January 29, 2022

    Good Beginnings Online Self-Care Class: Creative Writing for New Parents

    10:00 AM-1:00 PM
    January 29, 2022

    The Co-op is sponsoring Good Beginnings’ free self-care workshops for parents and caregivers. Taught by local perinatal wellness professionals, these workshops are designed to nourish, heal, and uplift. Spaces are limited to 8 attendees, please pre-register. 

    Explore your birth or parenting journey through the creative process. For writers of all levels; no experience necessary. Just be sure to have a pen and paper handy! With Samantha Kolber, MFA, author of the poetry chapbook “Birth of a Daughter,” and poetry series editor at Rootstock Publishing.