Here at Port Townsend Food Co-op we’re lucky to have great teachers in our Co-op Classes program. One such teacher with a warm and cozy studio called F.E.A.S.T. is Sidonie Wilson. At F.E.A.S.T. Studio, Sidonie teaches a variety of cooking classes. For a full listing, download our 2012 class schedule.
According to Sidonie, food is a privilege, a pleasure, something to share with each other and savor. Here’s an opportunity to join Sidonie on Saturdays, beginning April 28, on a culinary trek t0 honor Korea with Kalbi, which means ribs, and learn to make traditional kimchees. Be an kitchen armchair tourist to Burma’s Thingyan, or water festival, and its celebratory foods. Spend an afternoon cooking Chef Nicole Routhier’s Vietnamese dishes. Enter the Japanese home kitchen and create the everyday treasurers of the family table. Master an array of party sushi. Prepare the food for the ritual feast of Slametan in Indonesia and partake in an extensive sampling of the traditional dishes of Indonesia. The best part of Sidonie’s classes is when everyone sits down and eats what they have prepared together. For more information about how to sign up for this series of classes, or one class, click here.