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Sustainable Kitchen and New Nordic Cooking Classes at Ingebretsen’s

By Carstens Smith

Karen Olson Johnson, the co-host of AM950’s “Food Freedom Radio” will host two talks in April focusing on the small changes you can make in your cooking and eating habits that will have a big impact on the environment and the quality of everyone’s life, especially your own. Karen will host the lively combination of lectures, questions, and answers on Monday evenings April 1 and 8 from 6 to 8 pm. Each evening is $5.

Karen is a long-time science education and teacher-trainer. She is the author of Common Sense for the Common Good and From Where I See It, informative guides to the simple steps we can take to create a cleaner, healthier world. Both books will be available at Karen’s talks.

Ingebresten’s will celebrate Earth Day with a New Nordic Cuisine dinner prepared by food historian and blogger Patrice Johnson. Patrice has combined her love for Scandinavian food (she is a self-proclaimed “Nordic food geek and meatball historian”) with her commitment to sustainability and to eating well with minimal impact on the environment. Patrice will provide a light dinner, recipes, and an overview of the aesthetic behind New Nordic cuisine on Monday, April 22 from 6 to 8. The cost is $25 a person and class size is limited to 10 people. Patrice’s food blog can be found at calledtothetable.blogspot.com.

For more information or to register for either class, please call 612.729.9333 or email classes@ingebretsens.com.

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