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“Eat Well” Features Somali Cuisine

Eat Well: Somali Cuisine
Eat Well: Somali Cuisine
The Food Project invites you to learn about Somali cuisine with Fadumo Kheire, who will present the second session in our “Eat Well” series of workshops. Fadumo is a community gardener with RIAC, one of nine groups working in the community bays in the Dudley Greenhouse. She will lead us in preparing two Somali dishes.

Eat Well: Connecting to gardens through culture and cooking
Cooking with Your Neighbor - Somali Cuisine
* Saturday, February 25, 12 - 1:30 p.m., RSVP REQUIRED

Download a flyer for more information.

The Eat Well workshops are part of a larger series of community learning opportunities that The Food Project is offering under the theme of “Grow Well, Eat Well, Be Well.” The first Eat Well workshop, presented on January 28, celebrated Cape Verdean cooking with community gardener Maria Barros.

New Segment Added to March 10 Grow Well Workshop

We have added a new 30-minute segment to the Grow Well workshop scheduled for Saturday, March 10 (Planting Tips & How-to's) addressing "Simple Soil Improvements for Increasing Your Harvest." This brief session will provide an overview of garden soil and suggest simple and easy improvements you can make to maximize your garden's productivity. Feel free to join us for the full two hours covering both Planting Tips (90 minutes) and Simple Soil Improvements (30 minutes), or choose one or the other!

Grow Well: Bringing your gardening skills to a new level
Planting Tips & How-to’s (10 – 11:30 a.m.)
Simple Soil Improvements for Increasing Your Harvest (11:30 a.m. – noon)
* Saturday March 10, 10 a.m. – noon, No RSVP required

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