Nonprofit food hub the Good Acre, 1790 W. Larpenteur Ave., recently opened its commercial-grade teaching kitchen to the public. Cooking classes range from kids’ pizza-making to global comfort foods.
Chefs Beth Fisher of Wise Acre Eatery and TWO Food Wine Design; Lachelle Cunningham of Breaking Bread Café and Appetite for Change; and local-food gurus Scott Pampuch and Beth Dooley will teach classes this spring.
The Good Acre also provides multi-farm Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) shares in full or half sizes, focusing on organic produce sourced from immigrant and underserved growers, start-up independent farmers and small urban farms.
Find out more at www.thegoodacre.org/events.