Who doesn’t want to eat more healthfully?
Okay, not everyone. But if the proliferation of year-round farmer’s markets and organic food here in the Pacific Northwest are indicators, a lot of us are embracing cooking and eating better.
I’ve taken a couple great cooking classes recently in Seattle’s Ballard community that featured seasonal, sophisticated, and surprisingly easy-to-prepare dishes. Creamy parsnip soup, sautéed kale, roasted veggies with spicy yogurt sauce, and more.
Since I’ve been working lots of overtime the last couple weeks and will be for a few weeks more, I’m cheating a bit with today’s post. Read about the classes in my 101 Things to do in Ballard column in the Ballard News Tribune.
When You Go
The classes I took were through Dish It Up on historic Ballard Avenue and Olaiya Land Catering at Delancey restaurant on 70th Avenue Northwest just north of Ballard High School.