On Vegetables by California chef Jeremy Fox is a highly appealing book even without the content. It was featured on the shelf at Anythink and I was drawn to it like I’m drawn to a beautiful art book. Published by Phaidon Press, it shares company with many such books, and indeed the creative arts publisher produces more books about cooking than I had assumed. It is gorgeously designed, with well-balanced images and text, typeset nicely on large, spare pages.
It might not be rocket science, but growing tomatoes in Colorado can sure prove a challenge. Join Kirk Surry, co-founder of Grow Some Good, to learn the best practices for bringing your tomato harvest to fruition. Then, get your hands dirty as you prepare seedling starters to start off the season! Part of Anythink’s Dig It series.
Join us for an afternoon of creating tasty flavor bombs with science. Make your own edible spheres out of juices, or try out some of our mystery flavors. Picky eaters beware – not every liquid is what it seems.
In each session of this monthly series, we will explore a lesser-known culture through the lens of its culinary and folklore traditions. Come prepared to expand your horizons, and to connect with a unique culture in an authentic way. Appropriate for adults. Space is limited; online registration required for each attendee.
With just a few simple hacks, you can take the most humble package of ramen to the next level of flavor. Learn inventive ramen recipes and uncover the global history of Japan’s best-loved noodle soup. Part of Anythink Perl Mack’s Next Level series.
Apples and sausage together? Yes, it’s delicious! Learn how to cook up a sweet and savory snack perfect for cold, winter weather with teen chef, Casey, leading the way. Appropriate for students in grades 6-12. No registration required.
Let your child release their inner chef! Students will prepare and eat healthy, globally-inspired recipes all while loving and learning to cook in a fun, engaging and irresistibly tasty way that will turn even the pickiest eaters into avid food explorers! Appropriate for students in grades K-5.