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Cold foods cooking class at Stecoah

Tired of heating up your kitchen this hot summer? The Stecoah Valley Food Ventures Kitchen is offering a cooking class from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 14 focusing on cool recipes to break the heat. 

Participants will make and eat cantaloupe soup, vichyssoise (fancy name for cold potato soup), and gazpacho. Other recipes will be used to teach new variations on classic favorites such as cucumber sandwiches, potato, and pasta salad. The cost of the workshop is $55 and includes all supplies and a lunch that you prepare along with instructor, Darryl Talley. The class requires pre-registration by calling the Stecoah Valley Cultural Arts Center at 828.479.3364.

The Stecoah Valley Cultural Arts Center is a non-profit corporation that serves the people of Stecoah and Graham County through programs and services that benefit all members of the community, by preserving and promoting the Southern Appalachian mountain culture and through the restoration of the historic old Stecoah School to its original role as the center of the community.

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