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The Chelsea Community Kitchen has designed and staffed classes to be held in connection with the Chelsea District Library‘s community read, In Defense of Food by Michael Pollan.

These cooking and healthy food classes are free, but participants should register through the Chelsea District Library by calling 734-475-8732, ext. 219 or online Library’s calendar page by clicking on the title of the event.

Cooking “out of the box” demonstration and tasting with Capella Farm Tour 
Monday, Aug. 13, 5:30-7:30 p.m. Capella Farm. Registration is required as only 25 spaces are available.

This cooking demonstration and tasting using seasonal produce from “the box” of a CSA share will be preceded by a tour of Capella Farm on Scio Church Road.  Learn how to clean and store produce, and ways to prepare the delicious bounty of the season. The session will be hosted by Capella farm owners David and Jennifer Kangas. Sponsored by Chelsea District Library Community Reads in partnership with Chelsea Community Kitchen.

Cooking with Your Grandkids
Tuesday, Aug. 14, noon – 1 p.m. Chelsea Senior Center, WSEC cafeteria. Supported by a grant from the Chelsea Area Garden Club. Registration required.

Kid’s Cooking Camp instructor, CCK board member and owner of Ellie’s Chocolate Cafe, Judy Radant, will present a demonstration and tasting selected from her archive of hands-on cooking activities that can be done under adult supervision with children of a variety of ages.  Judy will use produce from the Intergenerational Garden supplemented by other readily available ingredients.

Simple Salads
Tuesday, Aug. 21, noon – 1 p.m. Chelsea Senior Center, WSEC cafeteria. Supported by a grant from the Chelsea Area Garden Club. Registration required

Join instructor and CCK board member, Peter di Lorenzi, as he returns to the Senior Center for a demonstration and tasting of garden salads using produce from the Intergenerational Garden. And, get ready for engaging conversation about food, healthy eating and cooking tips sure to interest adults of any age.

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