Free Talk, Book Signing and Cooking Classes with Leslie Cerier, The Organic Gourmet

HI ALL,

THANKS TO ALL WHO CAME TO MY CREATIVE COOKING WITH SEA VEGETABLES CLASS LAST SUNDAY… WE FEASTED AND HAD A LOT OF FUN COOKING!

ONWARD AND UPWARD!

HERE ARE SOME FUN AND EXCITING EVENTS

MAY 8TH 7:30PM AT INSPIRIT COMMON ON
ROUTE 9 IN HADLEY, MA: FREE TALK AND BOOK SIGNING

In addition to signing my Going Wild in the Kitchen cookbook for you, Leslie will give a talk on how to be wildly creative in your kitchen: how to cook with seasonal fruits and vegetables; how to personalize your menus, substitute ingredients by color, flavor, texture, cooking times, the weather, your moods, cravings, food preferences and sensitivities. There will be time for Q&A.
For more information, please visit Lesliecerier.com Click Here: Check out “Leslie Cerier – The Organic Gourmet”

Here are directions to my Free Talk! & Book signing! May 8th 7:30PM

From Rte 91

From route 91, take Route 9 East toward Hadley/Amherst. Inspirit Common is one mile after the Connecticut River bridge on the right hand side. If you pass Donut Man on your left, you’ve gone too far!
By PVTA Bus

The #43 (Blue) Bus, between Northampton and Amherst, travels on Route 9 (Russell Street) in both directions. The nearest bus stop to Inspirit Common is near the intersection with Middle Street (Route 47). The eastbound (Amherst) bus stops at the south-west corner of this intersection; stay on the south side of Russell Street and walk back west toward Northampton. The westbound (Northampton) bus stops at the north-east corner of this intersection; cross Middle Street and Russell Street at the lights to get to the south-west corner, and walk west on the south side of Russell Street toward Northampton. The bus fare is $1 per ride (free during school year for Five-College students, faculty, and staff with I.D.). Please see pvta.com for schedule.

MAY 11TH HANDS ON VEGETARIAN COOKING CLASS
EATING YOUR WAY TO STRONGER BONES

MAY 11 11:00AM – 2:00PM
SHUTESBURY, MA

An adequate supply of calcium is necessary to build and maintain strong, healthy bones. Of course, many simple and delicious foods supply this essential mineral – beans, leafy greens, soy foods, sea vegetables, nuts, seeds and a few special grains. Yet some foods increase our calcium needs and others inhibit its uptake, while others actually steal it from our teeth and bones. To cut through calcium confusion and discover delicious ways to nourish your bones, join Leslie Cerier for this fun and informative class. You will learn which foods to eat and which to avoid, how to make creamy sauces without a speck of dairy, and how to mix and match grains with vegetables for maximum calcium absorption. Japanese Rainbow Salad with Arame and Sesame-Ume Vinaigrette; Leafy Greens with Garlic Tahini Sauce; Tofu Stroganoff with Parsley-Garlic Ribbons; Chickpea Vegetable Pâté; Pan-Seared Coconut Teff Fritters; and Fresh Almond Milk & Raspberry Smoothies. (Some organic yogurt will be used in one recipe.)

Leslie’s gourmet kitchen is in Shutesbury, 6 miles from the center of Amherst. Classes are $65 paid at the door or save $5 and pay $60 1- week prior to the class.

For more information, please visit Lesliecerier.com Click Here: Check out “Leslie Cerier – The Organic Gourmet”

And there is still room in Cooking for Womens Health class at Kriplau in the Berkshires: For more information, please visit Click Here: Check out “Leslie Cerier – The Organic Gourmet”Lesliecerier.com, and click on cooking classes.

Happy Spring!

Leslie

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