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November 12 - November 18
  • 12
    Sun 11/12/17

    Kids in the Kitchen with Chef Ada

    10:00 AM-11:30 AM
    Sun 11/12/17
    Easton Public Market, Northampton Street, Easton, PA, United States
    Sunday, November 12th | 10 am to 11:30 am$15 pp (ages 7-11) | Limited to 10 Seats‘Kids in the Kitchen’ with Chef Ada Chandler focuses on building the culinary confidence of your child through kid-friendly classes, demonstrations, and interactive events. Chef Ada will teach your child how to prepare each yummy item through a combination of hands-on, observation, and taste testing — with a lot of fun mixed in!  This week's recipe:  Savory Pumpkin Pizza. Parents check in your child at the Kitchen and then feel free to shop the market while class is in session!
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  • 13
    Mon 11/13/17
    No events
  • 14
    Tue 11/14/17
    No events
  • 15
    Wed 11/15/17

    Morning Conversation on Food

    9:00 AM-10:30 AM
    Wed 11/15/17
    Easton Public Market, Northampton Street, Easton, PA, United States
    The Easton Hunger Coalition hosts the free public “Morning Conversation on FOOD” series at the Community Room inside the Easton Public Market on the third Wednesday of each month at 9 am.  Participants will explore such topics as food, local food systems, food justice, food waste, food recovery, and hunger.  Conversation moderators will provide information to guide the topic, as well as action items that can be taken to support the reduction of food waste in our community.

    Healthy Living Wednesday

    2:00 PM-3:00 PM
    Wed 11/15/17
    Easton Public Market, Northampton Street, Easton, PA, United States
    Wednesday, November 15 | 2pm-3pmFree | No Registration RequiredEaston Hospital presents Healthy Living Wednesdays in the EPM Kitchen every third Wednesday of the month!  Join Nutritionists Alison Unger and Carissa Hrichak from Easton Hospital for tips, techniques, and recipes with your health as the focus.  The healthy cooking demos and recipes focus on delicious and nutritious foods with health benefits for you and your family.This month Alison and Carissa will be demonstrating how to cook a healthy and delicious fall entree - Spaghetti Squash Casserole - that uses ingredients found at Highmark Farmstand, Olive with a Twist, and Dundore & Heister in the Easton Public Market.  Come to the EPM Kitchen and learn how to eat healthy and delicious! 
  • 16
    Thu 11/16/17
    No events
  • 17
    Fri 11/17/17
    No events
  • 18
    Sat 11/18/17

    Glaze Your Own Holiday Ornaments

    9:30 AM-11:00 AM
    Sat 11/18/17
    Easton Public Market, Northampton Street, Easton, PA, United States
    Saturday, November 18th9:30am-11am$25 per person | All AgesCome glaze your very own set of holiday ornaments at the Easton Public Market! Registration fee includes five ornaments with professional instruction from Mud & Maker, a local rural Pennsylvania potter, who blends multiple techniques and media into handcrafted and original one of a kind pieces of pottery. Great for ALL AGES.  Additional ornaments will also be available for purchase that day.Ornaments will be fired by Mud & Maker and ready to be shipped after one week for an additional $4.95 or you can pick your ornaments up at Christkindlmarkt in Bethlehem PA (more info will be provided at the workshop).Click here to register

    Making Bone Broth

    12:00 PM-2:00 PM
    Sat 11/18/17
    Easton Public Market, Northampton Street, Easton, PA, United States
    Saturday, November 18 | 12 noon - 2pm$15 pp | Limited to 10 SeatsThanksgiving means turkey and that means leftovers and a turkey carcass.  Bone broth which is a traditional cooking method that is extremely nourishing is a great way to make your holidays healthy by using the remains of your Thanksgiving turkey.  Nutritionist Tammy Westney will explain the healing and health benefits of bone broth and will demonstrate how you can turn your Thanksgiving turkey carcass into a bone broth soup.
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