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November 2, 2014
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Lawrence Jewish Community Congregation

BLINTZ BRUNCH

Start: November 2, 2014 10:00 am
Venue: Lawrence Jewish Community Congregation
Phone: 785-841-7636
Address:
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917 Highland Dr., Lawrence, KS, United States
Cost: $10

Tickets  can be purchased at the door or in advance from the LJCC. Please call 785-841-7636 or email ljcc@sunflower.com.
Tickets can be used to purchase a hot blintz breakfast with fruit and beverage or frozen blintzes from the Bake Sale. Baked goods are made from scratch and include traditional Jewish foods like bagel & lox, kosher salami, kugel, matzoh ball soup and more.The Gift Shop will be open during this time and a silent auction will offer many items from local merchants, gift certificates, KU event tickets, art and jewelry.

July 6, 2013
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Farmers Market (8th and New Hampshire)

Lawrence Farmers Market

Start: July 6, 2013 7:00 am
Venue: Farmers Market (8th and New Hampshire)
Cost: 0

The Lawrence Farmers Market is committed to providing the freshest and most nutritious locally produced agricultural products in the region. The LFM is a “producer only” market; everything sold is grown, prepared, or crafted by its members.

At the Lawrence Farmers Market you will find a wide variety of seasonal produce: sweet corn, tomatoes, strawberries, peppers, zucchini, cucumbers, melons, beans, greens, potatoes, snow peas, asparagus, apples, and much more! In addition to fresh fruits and vegetables, our vendors offer herbs, plants and fresh cut flowers, meat (from beef to emu!), farm fresh eggs, honey, baked goods, jellies, soaps, and treats for your canine companion.

Grab a cup of hot coffee or some freshly squeezed orange juice and enjoy breakfast at a table in Market Square. Whether you choose one of the delicious hot foods prepared on-site or a freshly baked pastry, muffin or scone, you’ll be starting your day out right!

As you peruse the 90+ vendor stalls, pause for a few minutes to listen to one of the local musical groups that perform each Saturday.

Check our website to see what’s happening and what’s in season at the market each week, www.lawrencefarmersmarket.com.

Saturdays 7 – 11 am
Tuesdays 4 – 6 pm

See you at the market!

July 2, 2013
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Farmers Market (8th and New Hampshire)

Lawrence Farmers Market

Start: July 2, 2013 4:00 pm
Venue: Farmers Market (8th and New Hampshire)
Cost: 0

The Lawrence Farmers Market is committed to providing the freshest and most nutritious locally produced agricultural products in the region. The LFM is a “producer only” market; everything sold is grown, prepared, or crafted by its members.

At the Lawrence Farmers Market you will find a wide variety of seasonal produce: sweet corn, tomatoes, strawberries, peppers, zucchini, cucumbers, melons, beans, greens, potatoes, snow peas, asparagus, apples, and much more! In addition to fresh fruits and vegetables, our vendors offer herbs, plants and fresh cut flowers, meat (from beef to emu!), farm fresh eggs, honey, baked goods, jellies, soaps, and treats for your canine companion.

Grab a cup of hot coffee or some freshly squeezed orange juice and enjoy breakfast at a table in Market Square. Whether you choose one of the delicious hot foods prepared on-site or a freshly baked pastry, muffin or scone, you’ll be starting your day out right!

As you peruse the 90+ vendor stalls, pause for a few minutes to listen to one of the local musical groups that perform each Saturday.

Check our website to see what’s happening and what’s in season at the market each week, www.lawrencefarmersmarket.com.

Saturdays 7 – 11 am
Tuesdays 4 – 6 pm

See you at the market!

November 5, 2011
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Pryde's of Old Westport RD

Learn How to Cook Like the French in Kansas City

Start: November 5, 2011 1:00 pm
Venue: Pryde's of Old Westport RD
Address:
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115 Westport Rd, Kansas City, KS, United States, 64111
Cost: Free

Food writer shares the everyday joys (and surprising accessibility) of French home cooking

WHAT: When it comes to exquisite food, many have looked to France for inspiration: the care with which ingredients are prepared, the time taken to enjoy each delicious bite, and most importantly, the appetizing dishes themselves.

Many American home cooks may feel they have neither the time nor expertise to cook like the French. Yet according to food writer Wini Moranville, who has lived in France’s cozy villages and vibrant cities nearly every summer for 20 years, American cooks needn’t fear French cooking. They just need to learn the bonne femme style.

In The Bonne Femme Cookbook: Simple, Splendid Food That French Women Cook Every Day (Harvard Common Press, October 2011), Wini brings authentic French food to American home cooks, with 250 recipes that reflect the way real French families eat today. With a focus on fresh, tasty ingredients and a generosity of spirit, it’s French cooking without fuss or fear.

Now that the typical bonne femme works outside of the home just like her American counterpart (and now that French men, like their American frères, are often in charge of getting dinner on the table), Wini’s emphasis is on easy techniques and speedy preparation. Her book shows readers that it is possible to cook and dine like the French, no matter where you live, without breaking the bank or spending all day in the kitchen.

WHO: Wini Moranville is writes a monthly wine column for Relish, is a restaurant reviewer for The Des Moines Register and has contributed to many food magazines, including Better Homes and Gardens, Creative Home, and MasterChef magazine. Find her online at www.chezbonnefemme.com.

November 4, 2011
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A Thyme for Everything

Learn How to Cook Like the French with Wini Moranville

Start: November 4, 2011 1:00 pm
Venue: A Thyme for Everything
Address:
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229B SE Main Street, Lee's Summit, KS, United States, 64063
Cost: Free

Food writer shares the everyday joys (and surprising accessibility) of French home cooking

WHAT: When it comes to exquisite food, many have looked to France for inspiration: the care with which ingredients are prepared, the time taken to enjoy each delicious bite, and most importantly, the appetizing dishes themselves.

Many American home cooks may feel they have neither the time nor expertise to cook like the French. Yet according to food writer Wini Moranville, who has lived in France’s cozy villages and vibrant cities nearly every summer for 20 years, American cooks needn’t fear French cooking. They just need to learn the bonne femme style.

In The Bonne Femme Cookbook: Simple, Splendid Food That French Women Cook Every Day (Harvard Common Press, October 2011), Wini brings authentic French food to American home cooks, with 250 recipes that reflect the way real French families eat today. With a focus on fresh, tasty ingredients and a generosity of spirit, it’s French cooking without fuss or fear.

Now that the typical bonne femme works outside of the home just like her American counterpart (and now that French men, like their American frères, are often in charge of getting dinner on the table), Wini’s emphasis is on easy techniques and speedy preparation. Her book shows readers that it is possible to cook and dine like the French, no matter where you live, without breaking the bank or spending all day in the kitchen.

WHO: Wini Moranville is writes a monthly wine column for Relish, is a restaurant reviewer for The Des Moines Register and has contributed to many food magazines, including Better Homes and Gardens, Creative Home, and MasterChef magazine. Find her online at www.chezbonnefemme.com.

WHEN & WHERE: Meet Wini Moranville and purchase a signed copy of The Bonne Femme Cookbook at these local events.
• Fri., Nov. 4, 1pm, A Thyme for Everything (229B SE Main Street, Lee’s Summit, Mo., 816-554-3755,www.athymeforeverything.com). “Tuesday Night French” Cooking Presentation – Wini will show you how to get a contemporary French meal on the table in 30 minutes or less. Book signing to follow.

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