at Monta Vista Market
Cupertino, across from the Post Office
2pm – 5pm
Saturday, January 28, 2012
Sunday, January 29, 2012
Sunday, February 5, 2012
Sunday, February 12, 2012
Saturday, February 11, 2012
Mark your calendars!
Sat and Sun, Jan 28 and 29, 2-5pm
“Success With Greens!”
Stop in anytime during 2 to 5pm to taste the greatness of greens and learn about their healthful benefits. Joni will show us how to cook kale, collard, chard and mustard greens, with a variety of stove-top methods, such as: steaming, blanching and sauteing. Ask her any questions you have about greens: Why do they turn black when over cooked? Is there a way to get rid of, or cover up, their bitter taste? What’s the best way to store them? She’ll have these answers and more.
Sun, Feb 5, 2-5pm
Come on in to see Joni make really easy, really good tasting raw dishes, such as Tomato Bisque Soup, Pad Thai w/Zucchini Noodles and an Almond Joy Smoothie. She’ll use fresh veggies and fruit and a few other goodies from around the world. You’ll also learn the good and –how to mitigate– the not-so-good aspects of a raw food diet.
Sat and Sun, Feb 11 and 12, both 2-5pm
“Brave Braises and Stews!”
Drop by to learn how to build flavors that will tantalize the 5 taste sensations: sweet, salty, sour, bitter and unami. Joni will grab your attention with bringing in the low notes and high notes, the aged, and refreshing tones in one-dish meals. She will share her 12 steps in making a recipe, as well as the shortcuts to being fluent in the kitchen. You, too, can effortlessly put together a good tasting dish.
Joni Sare is a Therapeutic Chef and Culinary Instructor providing chef services to individuals, groups, corporations and retreats. Her own eating style is grain-free, dairy-free and sugar-free, and is a fusion between raw foods and paleolithic diets. She hosts raw food potlucks and paleo potlucks at her home in Cupertino. She shares her journey in the kitchen with her food blog: www.jonisare.com/blog.