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Kelly Shay created this autumn treasure at the October Minneapolis Edible Boulevards’ class: Maple Ginger Roasted Butternut Squash w/Green Beans and Corn. Photo by Edible Boulevards.

By MICHELLE SHAW

The Minneapolis Edible Boulevards Community Outreach Facilitator has been busy creating social media content, and we invite you to follow our new Instagram page. While you’re at it, join our Facebook page too.


If you didn’t make it to our October cooking class with Kelly Shay, check out the recipe/video on our Facebook page. The Autumn Harvest Salad was absolutely delicious and perfect for using ingredients we’re growing in our gardens. For those who need a healthy recipe that doesn’t take much time, this is the one for you. Huge shout outs to Four Sisters Farm and Tamales y Bicicletas for hosting us on the Southside this summer and to the Seward Co-op, Eastside Co-op, Phillips Garden, and Lowe’s for sponsoring the classes and gardens this summer.


On November 12, we welcome Derek Nicholas of the Division of Indian Work and Wiisinig, to teach us how to make Berry Wild Rice Salad. The grocery list is available on the Facebook event so you can cook along with us on Zoom. Zoom is where our winter cooking classes will take place (registration is required). Mark December 3 on your calendars for the last class of the year with Derek, highlighting Manoomin/Wild Rice once again.


Please reach out with any questions or ideas at minneapolisedibleboulevards@gmail.com. Also, be sure to holler if you need class information and you’re not on FB or IG! We can’t wait to cook with you!

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