Saturday December 2nd 2023

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Cooking Up a Storm with Edible Boulevards


Minneapolis Edible Boulevards partnered with participants in both Green Zones to create some amazing new boulevard gardens in 2023. One of them was at the Powderhorn Park Neighborhood Association office, which is already an amazing space as it is. Kieran Morris was the instructor for our Southside participants this year, and Lucy Jarman was the Southside youth intern. We’re so appreciative of them and all the participants who continue to sign up to create a “shared fruit” garden space for neighbors and passersby for a minimum of 3 years.

Family and friends plant side-by-side with Minneapolis Edible Boulevards instructor Kieran Morris and 2023 Southside intern Lucy Jarman. PHOTO: Edible Boulevards

Our cooking classes for the rest of the year will be on Zoom only, where we invite you to cook along with the instructor in your own kitchen. Registration can be found in the description of each event on our Minneapolis Edible Boulevards Facebook page. Coming up on November 9, Kelly Shay of Harmonious World and Wellness will be making an incredible Savory Butternut Squash (the grocery list is posted on the event page now!) On December 9th, we’re excited to collaborate for the first time with Compassionate Action for Animals and their series “Cooking with Tamuno.” We’ll find out at Kelly’s class what delicious entree Tamuno Imbu will be whipping up with us.

Join Minneapolis Edible Boulevards on Facebook or Instagram, or reach out to if you’d like more information.

After spending time with community members in both Green Zones, Michelle Shaw knew she could best partner with community through food justice; Minneapolis Edible Boulevards was born in 2019.

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