Carnation Farmer’s Market to begin cooking demonstrations

Produce at the Carnation Farmer
Produce at the Carnation Farmer's Market can be main ingredients in cooking, as taught in a series of upcoming demos.
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Do you ever wish you could just grab a few items from the farmer’s market and turn them into a tasty, healthy meal? Or have you brought home produce and then wondered what exactly to do with it? Starting Tuesday, June 26, the Carnation Farmers Market is hosting a series of cooking demonstrations each week to help answer these questions, and more.

Demos will be geared toward everyday cooking on a busy weeknight, and several are designed to include children.

Demonstrations will start at 5 p.m.

Carnation Farmers Market is open every Tuesday from 3 to 7 p.m., through November in the heart of downtown, one block east of Highway 203/Tolt Avenue on Bird Street.

Learn more here.

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