CUESA is the world-class nonprofit that runs the San Francisco Ferry Building Farmers Market, and sponsors weekly cooking classes held at the market taught by local chefs. We did two dishes in class today, including Pomegranate Molasses Sparkler. A combination of ingredients such as fresh pomegranate juice, pomegranate molasses, vodka and sparkling water. The second… continue reading
Portola Valley Farmers Market hosted this pilot project for the County of San Mateo. It is the first time a live cooking demo was allowed outside at a market, without being enclosed in a “tent jail,” where no one can see what you are doing (defeats the purpose). Thanks to the County of San Mateo… continue reading
Welcome to this years’ Harvest Fest with CUESA (Center for Urban Education about Sustainable Agriculture). Every Saturday, Bay Area chefs teach free cooking classes at the beautiful and amazing Ferry Building Farmers Market.
Thanks to Maggie Foard and the Woodside Farmers Market for asking Cool Cuisine to Local Authors Day. I made Creamy Strawberries with the Blues Mix 2.5 oz Frisch Cheese from North Bay Curds and Whey (Valley Foard, CA) with a few drops of Mexican Vanilla and 1 tablespoon confectioners sugar. Pipe the mix out… continue reading
Headed to the City Saturday to catch the World Series ? (which starts at 4pm) Head in early and catch… FERRY BUILDING FARMERS MARKET / CUESA COOKING CLASS SERIES Chef Laura Stec Spooky Halloween Class! Saturday, October 27 11 AM – 11:45 AM VIDEO: https://vimeo.com/56271889 Stop by the CUESA Classroom for a free cooking demo… continue reading
We’ve been teaching at and supporting Farmers Markets for years. Here’s an old article from 2010.