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The Santa Fe School of Cooking announces the third season of cooking classes using seasonal organic ingredients from local farmers market from Northern New Mexico. Classes are going on at the school every third Wednesday through December.
Classes are designed using ingredients available during each growing season and led by local chefs. Class participants learn how to create dishes using the organic foods and budget their food bills while using local farm and garden ingredients. The key is creating a nutritious meal for four for under $20.
“Our focus continues to be fast, inexpensive and healthy meals that can be cooked at home and are in harmony with the seasons,” organizer Tony D’Agostino said.
Classes were previously at Kitchen Angels in Santa Fe, but moved to the school this year. “Partnering with the Santa Fe School of Cooking this year adds an additional element of excitement to our schedule of classes.” D’Agostino said.
Representatives from Kitchen Angels, Santa Fe Farmers Market and Home Grown New Mexico have pooled their resources to offer the classes. Classes are at 5:30 p.m. and cost $22 per session.
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