Eating Local in the Big Apple

This coming Sunday Jan. 11th from 12-3 p.m. I’m teaching a class at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden on Eating Local in the Big Apple. If you live in NYC and can make it, I look forward to seeing you there! Here’s the blurb from BBG’s catalog:

“Have you made a resolution to live a greener life in 2009? Wondering how to eat local foods in the urban jungle? Join expert locavore Leda Meredith for tips and insights from her 250-Mile Diet Plan (eating only foods grown or raised within a 250-mile radius of her Brooklyn apartment). Learn where to source local ingredients, how to eat local on a budget, how to eat local in the city in winter, and how to handle time and space shortages. Class includes a cooking demo (and tasting!) from Leda’s new book, Botany, Ballet, and Dinner from Scratch: A Memoir with Recipes.”

Registration information is available here.

One response to “Eating Local in the Big Apple”

  1. acmeplant says:

    Sounds like a great class and I’m sure your demo will be delicious!

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