A Taste of Autumn Veggies

October 6, 2017

 

On Saturday October 14 I'll be in Oak Glen to demonstrate quick and easy ways to make super yummy veggie dishes featuring the delectable flavors of fall. You can get more info and buy tickets at Eventbrite:

 (Eventbrite.com - search for A Taste of Autumn Veggies)

 

OR over on the Demos and Tastings tab. 

 

Oak Glen is just high enough in the hills to support a thriving apple growing industry, drawing visitors from all around the region all year, but especially in the fall. My workshop will celebrate the fruits and veggies of the season, and preview some ideas for your upcoming fall feasts. I hope you'll check it out, and watch here for future posts on the delicious fare of autumn.

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#1 

Give yourself permission to experiment. Very little can go wrong with veggies, as long as they are not overcooked. And if that happens, mash 'em up, add a bit of butter, and consider yourself ingenious.

#2

Use frozen and pre-cut veggies to ease your schedule. These choices can help make meal prep a breeze, and on the whole offer equal nutrition to their fresh brethren.

 

#3

There is no need for a time-consuming, multi-step method for preparing veggies. Steaming, braising, and seasoning are easy techniques that yield tasty results.

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