Special Event at Calvary:Wednesday August 3, 7 pm Calvary’s kitchen will be hosting a farm to table cooking workshop organized by Ambler Food Coop and led by Tracey Ambuka, M.S., M.Ed.
Want to learn more about what to do with the great produce from the Farmer’s Market or store and how to bring it to your table as a great meal? Join us for this free workshop.
Here’s your chance to get tips and take home recipes and try some great food made using locally sourced ingredients. The menu for the evening will be based on what is available at the market and is at its peak. Thereby making it a farm to table experience. Keeping the cost and sustainability in mind it will be a vegetarian tasting menu.
Everyone is welcome and it’s free, all you need to do is let us know you’re coming by Monday Aug. 1 in one of the following ways:
- Going to www.amblerfoodcoop.org and clicking on the “Farm-to-Table Cooking Workshop” button and filling out the on-line RSVP form
- E-mail your RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Call Meg at (215) 850-0228
Please RSVP so there will be enough food for everyone
About the workshop leader:
Tracey grew up in Punxsutawney, PA. where most of the food was home grown or obtained from local farmers. If they ate out it was usually at a locally owned restaurant serving food made with local ingredients. The foundation of her interests and abilities in farm to table cooking was inspired by all of the women in her life. She now enjoys sharing her cooking with friends, colleagues, and students.
She is a certified Special Education Teacher, Family and Consumer Sciences Teacher, and Middle Level Math Teacher. Who has been teaching for the Colonial School District since 1994. After graduating from Penn State, she got her first teaching job and moved to this area in 1990. Tracey bought a home in Ambler in 2000 and loves it here!