Flavor Notes: Get ‘Em Girls Entertaining, Cooking Class, FlavorDiva.com on Facebook

May 28, 2009

NEW Book in the Get ‘Em Girls Series

Get 'Em Girls' Guide to the Perfect Get-TogetherShakara, Jeniece and Joan of Getemgirls.com are offering all Flavor Divas and Get ‘Em Girls another great guide to help you impress and share your culinary talents. The Get ‘Em Girls’ Guide to the Perfect Get-Together: Delicious Recipes to Delight Family and Friends is this trio’s latest contribution in their series of cookbooks.

Back in December I presented a review of their first cookbook, The Get ‘Em Girls’ Guide to the Power of Cuisine: Perfect Recipes for Spicing Up Your Love Life. Based on that book’s sassy menu ideas, helpful tips, and playful writing; I’m excited about the new book. 

As said in their own words, “Birthday, family reunion, picnic, baby shower, dinner party, holiday feast, or just poker night–whatever the occasion–The Get ‘Em Girls’ Guide to the Perfect Get-Together has you covered from tips on organizing to setting the mood for a party and more than 140 easy and delicious recipes.”

Teaching My First Cooking Class! – Seasonal Cooking with
Common Good City Farm

Common Good City FarmOn Saturday, June 13th at 11pm, I will teach a class about seasonal cooking at the Common Good City Farm. Common Good City Farm is an urban farm and education center in the LeDroit Park community of Washington, D.C. that works to promote a local food system and food security for all.

CGCF offers educational programs for adults and youth such as “Green Tomorrows” that provides locally-grown food to low-income residents in exchange for instructional hands-on work and participation in nutritional education. The “Growing Gardens Workshops” series is another program providing gardening and cooking classes to the public. The organization also sells its produce at market to support the farm.

It’s a great honor for me to teach a class for Common Good City Farm, and I’m looking forward to meeting the challenge of showing participants how to use local, seasonal produce to make a meal for under $5. If you’re interested in attending or sponsoring someone who cannot pay for the class, register online. You can also donate online to support the Common Good City Farm’s important work.

FlavorDiva on Facebook – Daily Morsels

Find us on facebookI’m a complete facebook junkie, it’s true, so you know that I definitely have a fan page for FlavorDiva.com. I love my fan page because I get to connect with my readers as well as get the word out further about FlavorDiva.com.

If you’re one of my fans and on facebook, and I certainly hope that you are, please join the FlavorDiva Fan page and receive daily morsels of thoughts and food related info from me via your news feed. Also, becoming a fan and showing your support helps tell your friends about FlavorDiva.com. Thanks!!!!

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