Eating locally is not only good for your pocketbook and the economy, but it’s also good for your taste buds and it can help you explore your culinary creativity. If you’re new to cooking or your local food scene, sometimes it can be daunting to get started. That’s why I’ve teamed up with Skillshare to offer this FREE online course about how to craft a unique recipe entirely from local ingredients.
Over the 2 weeks of this class, we’ll cover how to learn more about foods raised in your area, source ingredients, create and modify a recipe and cook it. By the end of class, you will master a self-made, locally-sourced dish and gain skills, confidence and insights into your local food community.
And as a bonus, it will also help you learn about the ways you can use Evernote, the most phenomenal application ever made, to help you create a library of local food producers, craft your recipes and record your cooking experiments. Pretty good for a simple two week course that costs exactly $0.
Note: This is not a class on “how” to cook, although you will get some great resources that will help you increase your skill. This is a class that is meant to help you expand your connection with your local food scene and gain some experiencing in creating your own recipes from scratch.[button link=”http://www.skillshare.com/Eat-Local-Creating-a-Locally-Sourced-Recipe/905220535/186633331″ color=”#75c271″ size=”3″ style=”1″ dark=”0″ radius=”auto” target=”self”]Click here to sign up on Skillshare[/button]