Take A Bite Out Of Climate Change Action: Make Crepes!

Crepes are so versatile – and depending on the filling you choose, they can be sweet or savoury.

July 20, 2012 | | Blogs | Desserts | Eat Local Caledon | Food | Recipes

HAYVILLE

HAYville is our Youth Food & Farming Entrepreneurship Program, and through it we are conducting weekly cooking classes at the Palgrave Community Kitchen.  If you know of any youth, aged 11-19, that are interested in developing their cooking or gardening or business skills, direct them to www.eatlocalcaledon.org/HAYville.htm.

Palgrave Kids Cooking Camp

August 13th -17th, 9:00 am – 4:00 pm, Ages: 9 – 13; Cost: $225, (includes yummy food)

Join the Palgrave Community Kitchen Committee at the kitchen and at the farm for some delicious fun. We will be harvesting, cooking and eating local, seasonal food and having loads of fun as we cook our way through the week. Participants will learn all about where our food comes from and have a great time learning to prepare delicious dishes in the kitchen.  For more information and to register, please contact 905-880-0303 or [email protected]en.org and check out www.palgravekitchen.org.

Take A Bite Out Of Climate Change Action: Make Crepes!

And the momentum continues… the Take A Bite action for this week: Make Crepes and Fill Them with Local Ingredients!  Crepes are so versatile – and depending on the filling you choose, they can be sweet or savoury.  This recipe is provided by Maria Durso, former owner of Flapjacks Restaurant.

Once you have completed this weekly action, send photographic evidence to [email protected] or post and tag us on Facebook to be entered into our weekly prize draw!

Learn more about the Take A Bite Out of Climate Change Caledon!

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