NuGenesis Wellness Cooking Class – Healthy Holidays

Forget cranberry sauce out of the can! Registered Dietitian, Amy Giffin, will demonstrate healthy dishes to serve and enjoy at your holiday celebrations.

Menu for class (all recipes are Gluten-Free for this workshop):

Sweet Potato Canapes
Garlicky Potato and Cauliflower Mash
Ginger Cran-Applesauce
Wild and Brown Rice Stuffing
Pumpkin Chai Tarts

At NuGenesis our cooking classes focus on introducing foods that might be new to you and demonstrating how to add them to your daily diet with simple and delicious recipes.

Our Registered Dietitian instructors not only teach how to use and cook with seasonal ingredients, but also how food works as medicine with …

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Eat Local Resource Fair – Slow Food Presentation at 12 pm!

The Eat Local Resource Fair is an annual opportunity to celebrate local food. It offers tools, tips and ideas to take the Eat Local Challenge and to eat locally all year long.Meet & buy food directly from local vendors i…ncluding Angelic Bakehouse, Becky’s Bissful Bakery, The Noisy Kettle, Really goods, Stone Creeek Coffee and Top Note Tonics. Get your canning supplies & equipment from Blifferts Hardware.

Participate in useful workshops:
• 12:00 pm: Eating Healthy and Local with Slow Food WISE
Learn how to go beyond produce as …

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In Search of SLOW Fish

In Search of SLOW Fish

Photo from Sitka Salmon Shares

Over the last several years, Slow Food has become almost synonymous with local food.  Indeed, shopping locally helps ensure that we are encouraging many of the values of Slow Food.  Although local is not inherently better, when we buy from the farmers in our community, we can see first-hand how the land is being treated, we can see our dollars supporting our local economy, and we know our food is fresher for it has not been picked early and shipped …

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Farm to Fork

Farm to Fork

What’s in Season in Wisconsin?

Communities around the state are bustling at local farmers’ markets. Within the last week, I visited two of them, one in Sheboygan and the other in Madison, Wisconsin. The fruits and vegetables at Farmers’ Markets can sometimes be overwhelming, and it can be a challenge to think of no-fuss ways of getting that fresh market food onto the table. This article features what’s available and shares a few ideas for meal planning.

Berries and Rhubarb: The Pies Have It

Rain hit the earth …

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