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Golumpki (stuffed cabbage)

with Sue Ligawiec Croteau


February 4th, 2023

$35 More Info

A staple in many Polish homes, Sue will share her family's golumpki (pronounced "gowumpkey") recipe and step you through the process of making the meat filling, how to cook the cabbage leaves, how to roll them, and most them!

Please bring containers to take home what we make.

Sue is a second generation Pole on both her parents’ sides. She learned to cook authentic recipes by taking notes while her mother and aunts cooked. Sue loves to cook and share recipes, techniques, and best practices.

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Join us for a Seaweed Ramen Cooking Feast! Over the two week class you will learn skills for both quick weeknight Ramen Bowl suppers and an all-out-invite-the-whole-neighborhood Ramen Feast, featuring Seaweeds as the star ingredient, of course!


The first week we will start with seaweed identification and the various nutrient and flavor profiles of many of the species that abound on the Maine Coast. We will also get a look behind the scenes of the Maine Coast Sea Vegetables processing facility and prepare a quick soup to share. We will reconvene in week two for a more elaborate Ramen Feast with all the fixings. Bring your take-out containers and a hearty appetite!


Hope to see you there!

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Transformation 101

with Alicia Randolph-Lucchesi

$59 More Info

Give me 4 weeks and you’ll learn to align your mind, body, and spirit. If you suffer from health conditions, you can reduce inflammation with the same diet that reduces plaque in the arteries, reverses diabetes, eliminates constipation, and eases skin conditions.

We’ll also discuss safe supplementation and eating a varied diet of nuts, seeds, fruits, vegetables, and grains, so you can forget about taking most vitamins! You’ll learn Empowerment, if “it” works for you as an individual, continue to have it… if not, reduce or eliminate it. You will  learn to exercise what works best for you, not what societyor the latest trend says.

Week 1  The importance of sleep, exercise, meditation, focusing on our senses

Week 2  Time management, cacro/micro nutrients, food myths, portion control

Week 3  Clean foods, herbs & spices, reading labels, shopping & prepping for success

Week 4  Fad DIEts, digestion, chewing, snacking

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Cooking Matters at the Grocery Store

with Healthy Acadia


March 24th, 2023

Free More Info

Join us for "Cooking Matters at the Store," a free class offered in partnership with Healthy Acadia and Maine SNAP-Ed. In this one hour session, we will bring the grocery store to you! Participants will learn tips to stretch a food budget, how to use unit pricing, how to buy fruits and vegetables on a budget, how to identify whole grains, how to read food labels, and how to save money! All participants will receive a $10 Hannaford Gift Card.

If you have questions, please feel free to contact your instructor Lizzie Meier at 667-7171, ext. 211, or email:

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Spring Cleaning Cooking Demo

with Alicia Randolph-Lucchesi


April 25th, 2023

$19 More Info

It's time to add lighter veggies to your plate, while still enjoying the comforting mouth-feel of cashews. This menu is 100% plant-based and is soy and dairy-free.

Yummy Rolls-squash filled w/cashew ricotta and topped with sauce

Garden Rotini-pasta,sauce,veggies, cashew ricotta

Baby Greens w/Creme Sauce-so simple you'll want this every week!

A Q&A session is offered at the end of the workshop with recipe suggestions; a list of ingredients is provided beforehand so you can make it as we go, if desired. 

Alicia has offered plant-powered meals since 2007 and has a Masters in Holistic Wellness. She has taught cooking demos, live and online wellness courses since 2011.

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Grow Your Own Organic Garden!

with Jenny Minard


April 5th, 2023

Interested in learning how to grow your own vegetables in a sustainable manner?  Join us for an evening-long workshop on how to grow your own garden organically presented by the Maine Organic Farmers & Gardeners Association (MOFGA).  We'll talk about the basics of soil, the fundamentals of making and using compost, the principles of crop rotaiton, and how to incorporate green manures to manage nutrients in the garden.  Other topics will include basic weed control strategies and cultural methods for dealing with pests.  The instructor will be an experienced farmer or gardener from your region.  We will even send you home with free seeds!  All are welcome, from first-timers to experienced gardeners who want to experiment with new techniques.