Cooking Classes

Sustainable Solano offers healthy cooking workshops around the county that share ways to cook with fresh, seasonal produce. Check here for updates or on our calendar for more information.

2019 Cooking Classes

 

(Feb. 2) ‘What’s for Dinner?’ Healthy Chocolate Barks – Sweet Treats for Valentine’s Day at JFK Library, Vallejo
(April 13) ‘What’s for Dinner?’ Soup Garden – How to Plan & Plant a Soup Garden and Recipes for Awesome Soups at JFK Library, Vallejo
(June 1) ‘What’s for Dinner?’ Wrap It Up! – Lavash/ Spring Rolls/Burritos and Lettuce Wraps at JFK Library, Vallejo
(Aug. 20) CSA cooking demonstration during Healthy Vallejo event at Springstowne Library
(Sept. 12) ‘What’s for Dinner?’ Farmers Market Workshop (in Benicia at Avant Garden)
(Sept. 21) ‘What’s for Dinner?’ Sushi Sessions – Basic Sushi Making Techniques & Traditions with Vegetarian and Vegan Improvisations at JFK Library, Vallejo
(Nov. 9) ‘What’s for Dinner?’ Get More Turmeric in Your Life! Global Curries & Tonics at JFK Library, Vallejo
More to come!

Refer to our events calendar for more details and to register for certain workshops.

One of our cooking series is “What’s For Dinner?” — healthy cooking workshops aiming to educate the community on healthy, nutritious food choices using seasonal ingredients. “What’s For Dinner?” classes take place at John F. Kennedy Library (505 Santa Clara St.) in downtown Vallejo, and are done in partnership with Solano County Library, The Friends of the Vallejo Public Library, Sustainable Solano and UR what U eat.

This series is taught by Chef Lisa Núñez-Hancock, a culinary arts instructor, natural food chef, food activist and a member of Sustainable Solano’s Local Food Movement Advisory Board.