PT Food Co-op

The Food Co-op, 414 Kearney Street, Port Townsend, 98368
Phone: (360) 385-2883

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Agenda

  1. Aug
    2
    Tue
    1. Board of Directors Meeting @ The Food Co-op Annex
      5:30 pm – 8:30 pm

      Owners are invited to attend the monthly board meeting on the first Tuesday of each month and share in a simple meal. There is a 10 minute owner comment period at the beginning of each meeting.

      Check the board’s board in the store for the full agenda packet. Please note the location of The Food Co-op Annex, where board meetings are held, has moved to 2110 Lawrence Street.

  2. Aug
    6
    Sat
    1. Family Feast- E Is For Ethiopian And Exciting @ The Market Kitchen
      1:30 pm – 5:00 pm

      Saturday August 6th 1:30-5 at The Market Kitchen: E Is For Ethiopian
      Ethiopian food is exciting and complex.  There’s Injere, a spongy sourdough flatbread made with teff flour, vegetarian stews, and spice mixes! Learn to make a complete Ethiopian feast, and the proper way to eat it, with your fingers!
      Vegetarian friendly

      Learn to cook an international meal together. Ages 8 and up with accompanying adult. Please bring a chef’s knife and apron each!

      The $25 ticket covers TWO participants for a total of 16 persons.   http://familyfeastethiopian.brownpapertickets.com/

      This hands-on class is taught by Sidonie Wilson.

      The class includes all prep, eating, and clean-up activities!

      Injera

  3. Sep
    4
    Sun
    1. Making The International Crepe @ The Food Coop
      1:00 pm – 3:00 pm

      crepes

      Crêpe by any other name would taste as good:

      Crepes are a delicious food, the batter makes up quickly, and will last for a week in the fridge. It’s a to go food, especially when something yummy is folded inside. Every culture has their variation on the crepe. Learn all about crepes, dosas, injera, and the buckwheat crepes of Brittany. The best flours, batters, cooking techniques and more.

      Join us to talk, taste and learn!

      With Sidonie Wilson

  4. Oct
    9
    Sun
    1. Family Feast-Spice It Up! @ The Market Kitchen
      1:30 pm – 3:00 pm

      Sunday October 9th 1:30-3 at The Market Kitchen: Spice It Up! Learn the ins and outs of spice combinations.  Toasting and grinding from subtle to spicy!

      Vegetarian friendly

      Ages 8 and up with accompanying adult.

      $10 per ticket  http://familyfeastspice.brownpapertickets.com/

      This hands-on class is taught by Sidonie Wilson.

      The class includes all prep, eating, and clean-up activities!

  5. Nov
    20
    Sun
    1. Master Bulk! Black Eyed Peas @ The Food Coop
      1:00 pm – 3:00 pm

      Curiosity is fear’s cure–if you only knew what you could be making with those black eyed peas!

      From the Middle East, Africa, India, South America, and Asia black eyed peas are eaten in all kinds of simple and delicious ways. Learn the best ways to cook them, get connected with recipes, and taste the possibilities for black eyed peas.

      Join us to talk, taste and learn!

      With Sidonie Wilson

  6. Dec
    11
    Sun
    1. Master Bulk! Millet @ The Food Coop
      1:00 pm – 3:00 pm

      Thoroughly Modern Millet: No longer for the birds, Millet is a sophisticated retro grain. Toasted, pilaf, porridge, in fermented batters, in baked goods– Millet deserves another chance, and watch out, because delicious is coming your way!

      Join us to talk, taste and learn!

      With Sidonie Wilson

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