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New Cooking Class — Main course salads using local greens

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Locavore Way Cooking Class — Main Course Salads
Use local greens as a base for main course one-dish meals! (See menu below)
April 27th
10am-1:00pm (or so)
$50 plus a $20 food fee, including a delicious lunch
139 West Center Road, West Stockbridge, MA 01266
Please send a check to hold your spot.

Join veteran teacher Amy Cotler, who has taught at Culinary Institute of America, Institute for Culinary Education and tested almost 1000 recipes, including those for her own books and Joy of Cooking. Amy is a longtime farm to table advocate, popular speaker and Author of The Locavore Way, Discover and Enjoy the Pleasures of Locally Grown Food.

Questions? Call 413 232 7174 or visit, where you can also find her Locavore Way, book recipe blog and radio show.

To register: Mail checks, written out to Locavore Way to Amy Cotler, 139 West Center Road, West Stockbridge, MA 01266.


Teriyaki Salmon and Soba Noodle Salad with Cooked Greens
Spring Greens Market Salad with Pan Roasted Potatoes and Feta
Cracked Pepper Grllled Chicken with Field Greens in a Lemon Dressing
Wilted Greens with Gorgonzola Croutons
Shrimp, Rice and Spring Green Sambal
Mesclun Greens with Roasted Mushrooms, Goat Cheese and Balsamic Syrup
Plus: How to make perfect salad dressings

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3 comments to New Cooking Class — Main course salads using local greens

  • steve lillienstein

    Hi Amy:

    Love your site!. I noticed you have some quotes that merge food and philosophical concerns. I don’t know if you need more, but I’m here to offer one. (I just don’t know if it’s right for you.)

    “Scratch a man who looks like a turnip…….and you have a man who looks like a scratched turnip.”

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