Learn New Ways To Prepare Unusual Veggies

. June 30, 2018.
strange-veggies

Heads up Veggie Lovers! And we’re not just talking lettuce. Journey into the realm of strange and exotic vegetables as Keegan C. Rodgers, Head Baker at the People’s Food Co-Op, unearths a lively hands-on workshop at the downtown Ann Arbor District Library. Indulge your love for peak veggie season and experiment with veggies you may have never heard of, or otherwise have no idea how to cook. From kohlrabi, garlic scapes, okra and root veggies to unusual herbs, learn new ways to cook or prepare these peculiar fruits of the earth.

Free
7-8:30pm | Weds. July 11
343 S. Fifth Avenue | Ann Arbor
734-327-4200 | aadl.org

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