Thursday, April 20, 2017. 6-8pm at the Santa Fe School of Cooking, 125 N Guadalupe St, Santa Fe, NM 87501
Botany of a Feast: a culinary & scientific exploration of edible plants at the Santa Fe School of Cooking
‘Botany of a Feast’, an immersive culinary and scientific experience with chef, writer, and cooking enthusiast, Deborah Madison as well as botanists Sarah Federman, PhD and Elisabeth Forrestel, PhD. Guests will be taken on tour of botanical diversity, local and wild plants, and how human history has been fundamentally shaped by plants.
20% of the proceeds from the dinner will fund programming in the Santa Fe Botanical Garden’s new ethnobotanical garden, an important living collection of plants used by humans.
A sampling of dishes served include: roasted sunchoke soup, quinoa flour crepe filled with chard, a beet and orache salad and a polenta cake with fruit compote and lemon verbena cream. This is a Demo Class and takes place at the Santa Fe School of Cooking.
Click HERE for the Botany of a Feast official website!
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$175 per person without wine pairings
$200 per person with wine pairings