Fall Virtual Classes
While we will miss cookin’ in the Co-op kitchen, we’re excited to launch free, virtual classes! If you’re interested in being a digital instructor we’d love to have you on board. Email email@example.com for more details.
Co-op Yoga Nights
Thursday, September 17th, October 15th, November 19th & December 17th
Grab your mat and join us for a relaxing hour of yoga taught by Joella of JEM Yoga and Massage. All abilities are welcome!
REGISTRATION COMING SOON
Jazzy Cajun Gumbo
Thursday, October 1st – 6pm-7:30pm
This is the Louisiana state soup that cooks with Jazz! It’s said that there are as many recipes as there are cooks in Louisiana for Gumbo. Made with everything except red meat, there are countless variations, depending on the season. Chef Arlene Coco will walk you step by step on how to make this Southern staple. Both a version of meat and the swap out for plant-based gumbo will be featured in the same class.
Saturday, September 26th, October 24th, November 28th & December 26th
Join us for a Qigong session that includes the Five Elements from Spring Forest Qigong with instructor Rebecca Alsum! Qigong is the practice and study of energy flow that can be used to harmonize the body, breath, and mind. This practice combines meditation, breathing techniques, and simple movements to cultivate one’s qi and create space for healing the body. You do not need anything but your body and breath for this practice and can wear whatever clothing is comfortable. The motions are simple and accessible for all ages and abilities. Join us for this gentle yet powerful healing practice.
Tuesday, October 27th – 6pm–7:30pm
Got the itch to become a true cocktail craftsman? Then you’ve no doubt wondered how to make your own bitters! From the medicine cabinet to the bar, bitters have a long history of curing ailments and flavoring drinks. Though they may seem mysterious, bitters are simply bitter and aromatic herbs and spices, infused or tinctured in spirits. This class will help you start making your own bitters at home! Instructor Lanae Rhoads will highlight a selection of herbs and bases that can be used to create your very own blend and leave you with some basic recipes to get started.
Easy Thanksgiving Sides
Tuesday, November 17th – 6pm–7:30pm
Chef Arlene Coco will walk you step by step on some holiday sides sure to delight:
- Wild and gathered Thanksgiving Salad with Maple Mustard Vinaigrette – Classic side salad that’s made with greens, blue cheese, and an easy-peasy recipe for Spiced pecans.
- Roasted Spiced Squash – Pan Roasted, make ahead winter squash spiked with sweet and savory spices.
Stress-Free Holiday Appetizers
Thursday, December 3rd – 6pm – 7:30pm
Chef Arlene Coco will walk you step by step on some holiday appetizers sure to tickle the tummy:
- Mini Potatoes on the half shell – a variety of flavors fit perfectly for this recipe that can be done ahead of time and frozen.
- The Mediterranean Inspired Appetizer board – lots of ideas of things to pull together for a festive board of delicious bites.