All Things Spring Roll!
March 24th 11:00-1:00 pm
Join The Farm at South Mountain and Culinary Wellness Coach Candy Lesher for a one of a kind, “demonstration class” that includes the tips and tricks for working with rice paper, preparing the pickled vegetables, and how to make the best peanut sauce ever (which incidentally also makes a fabulous salad dressing).
The class will include two versions of Spring Rolls – starting with a classic vegetarian roll that features scallion omelet, pickled veggies, mango and avocado. The second is a dessert variation featuring fresh seasonal fruit paired with a cheesecake-like filling, then drizzled with an irresistible fruit-based sauce. Best of all – once you’ve learned the base techniques, spring rolls are supremely versatile; you can fill these with any combination of leftovers (think baby romaine leaves filled with leftover fried rice, diced ham, and fresh pineapple).
This is a DON’T MISS class! Once the class has created these dishes, you’ll enjoy eating at a community table while enjoying the surroundings of The Farm.
Come cook with us at The Farm at South Mountain! Limited Tickets available – Get yours quickly as they may run out!
Price: $40 per person
About the Chef!
Chef, instructor, restaurateur, editor-in-chief of a food-focused magazine, Arizona Culinary Hall of Fame inductee, and producer/host of her own Telly-award-winning television show – are all part of Candy Lesher’s solid culinary background. A cancer survivor, she became a passionate advocate of nutritional wellness in the home kitchen; as a Culinary Wellness Coach she now helps clients transition to viable, healthier lifestyles by developing both their culinary skills and nutritional mindfulness.
More about the Chef: http://www.clesher.com/index.html
Where is the class located?
Head to the back of the property (turning into The Farm form 32nd street) where you will arrive at the entrance to a horseshoe. Take a direct left past the white picket fence and park in the dirt lot. Class will be held at the Canopy (The White Tent in the South Grove).
Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event?
Class agenda is geared for adults.
What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?
The Farm has parking at the end of the lane or across 32nd street.
What can/can’t I bring to the event?
Please make sure you dress for the weather, wear shoes for walking and sunscreen if you need. Outside food, drink and coolers are not allowed at The Farm.
Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Please email [email protected] with any questions.
Is my registration/ticket transferrable?
Tickets are non-refundable. Please email [email protected] to discuss transfers at least 3 days in advance.