August 4 & 5, 2012
Come join us for a bilingual festival-style, health and wellness event that will look at the life cycle of food, from farm to table and beyond. Learn and practice skills that will help you make more economically, environmentally and socially sustainable decisions about food.Our Culinary Science Stage will have presentations on a variety of topics including urban chicken keeping, gluten free baking, and basic butchery. See the Sunday schedule below.Meet partners from local organizations such as Whole Foods Market, City of Portland, Painted Hill Natural Beef, Oregon Food Bank, Educate Ya!, The Art Institute of Portland, Culinary Division, My Street Grocery, Portland Metro, Oregon State Beekeepers Association, Portland Purple Water, Bon Appetit, National College of Natural Medicine and more.For more information, please call 503.797.4529.
Culinary Science Stage
Sunday, August 5, 2012
11:00am: The Fat and Sugar Show. How to identify healthy foods for individuals and families on a budget. Presented by Polly Malby, Health Coach Resource.
11:30am: Multiple Meals on a Budget: Don't let your leftovers go to waste. Presented by Bon Appetit, Executive Chef, Ryan Morgan
12:00pm: Tangy Bean Salad. Learn how to make a delicious lunch with whole wheat pita bread filled with tangy bean salad. Presented by Ashley Bowers, Healthy Eating Specialist, Whole Foods Market.
12:30pm: Healthy & Delicious Muffins. Baking can be good for you as Cravin Raven Bakery shows you how to make gluten free & vegan fruit muffins. Presented by Cindy Sherman, Owner of Cravin Raven Bakery.
1:00pm: Wild Alaskan Salmon Salad. Learn how you can include a healthy balance of fats in your diet while enjoying some delicious salmon. Presented by Julie Briley, ND, National College of Natural Medicine.
1:30 pm: Backyard Beekeeping. A beginner's guide for tips on placing your hives, choosing the right equipment, and finding the best bees. Presented by the Oregon State Beekeepers Association.
2:00pm: Chicken Keeping. From chick care to egg production, learn the basics to start your own urban chicken coop. Presented by the Urban Farm Store.
2:30pm: Basic Chicken Butchery. Learn the lost art of home butchery. Presented by Camas Davis, founder and owner of the Portland Meat Collective.
3:00pm: Lolbe Yucateco Dance Group. Lolbe, which means “flower of the trail” in Mayan, is a group dedicated to preserving and promoting their cultural heritage through dance, music and song.
3:30pm: Fresh and Affordable. Stretch your dollars while enjoying farm fresh vegetables. Learn how to make a cured summer vegetable salad, veggie ribbons and what to do with your leftover veggies. Presented by Abby Fammartino of Abby’s Kitchen.