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Cooking with Indigenous & Invasive Plants

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St. Mark's United Church

115 Orton Park Road

Toronto, ON M1G 3G9

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Stop and eat the roses, day lilies and burdock!

Former restaurant chef, food writer, cookbook author and avid chicken enthusiast Signe Langford will be presenting 2 workshops this month demonstrating how we can grow, harvest and cook dishes from our own yards.

Join us on either Thursday September 21st (sorry the 21st is FULL!) or Thursday September 28th from 1-4pm. We will snack on her offerings, including her delicious homemade hollandaise sauce made with fresh free range eggs from her "Ladies"!

Signe tells animated award-winning stories, and creates delicious recipes. She published her first book in 2015 - Happy Hens & Fresh Eggs; Keeping Chickens in the Kitchen Garden with 100 Recipes, complete with colour photos (this will be available for sale for $20).

Her work as a chef has garnered excellent reviews and four star ratings. From Hudson Quebec, now living in Port Hope, via Toronto, Signe studied Fine Art History and Humanities at the University of Toronto and York University. She graduated with honours from OCAD University and earned her Wine Specialist Certificate from George Brown College. For more stories and recipes please visit www.signelangford.com

St. Mark's United Church and the North American Native Plant Society are proud supporters of these workshops.

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