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Learn how to cook with the season's freshest ingredients at the Free Library

Hone your culinary skills at "Craveable Fruits & Vegetables: Delicious Dishes to Eat Right Now" at the Free Library of Philadelphia on Saturday, August 24.

Learn how to cook with the season's freshest ingredients at the Free Library

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Hone your culinary skills at Craveable Fruits & Vegetables: Delicious Dishes to Eat Right Now at the Free Library of Philadelphia on Saturday, August 24.

Chefs from Les Dames d'Escoffier’s Philadelphia chapter will present a cooking demonstration that focuses on the importance of cooking with the season’s finest produce. Attendees will also get samples and recipes from the culinary ladies to bolster their culinary how-to.

This event will be an appetizing glimpse into the Free Library’s new culinary literacy program that will blend together concepts of mathematics, science and cultural arts to spice up the joy of cooking.

Foodies can take part in the interactive cooking demonstration in a newly-renovated, state-of-the-art kitchen fit for a four-star chef.

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Even if you aren’t a culinary connoisseur like Stephen Starr or a big contender on Top Chef, you can still learn important cooking techniques while utilizing the best ingredients of the season. So put on your best apron and head over to the Free Library for this gastronomically enlightening experience. Bon appetit!

Central Library, 1901 Vine St., Rm. 108
11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.
More info here
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