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Beth Dooley

Minneapolis, MN
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Beth Dooley has covered the local food scene in the Northern Heartland for twenty-five years: she writes for Mpls.St.Paul Magazine, the Minneapolis-St. Paul Star Tribune, and Heavy Table and appears regularly on KARE 11 (NBC) television and MPR Appetites . She is author of Minnesota's Bounty: The Farmers Market Cookbook, The Northern Heartland Kitchen and coauthor with Lucia Watson of Savoring the Seasons of the Northern Heartland, among other books.

Current Courses Offered by Beth Dooley

1 Day
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Grains Glorious Grains!

While quinoa and red rice are grabbing all the headlines, our farmers are planting grains that are delicious, easy to use and as super-healthy as any of the “super foods” shipped in from far away.  These grains are low-fat, high protein, and loaded with minerals and vitamins and antioxidants, known…
Fri, Nov 2nd, 2018
Instructor: Beth Dooley
1/2 Day
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In a Jam and a Pickle: Stocking Up!

Preserve the glorious harvest of apples, pears, berries, root vegetables, onions, pickles, peppers, all from the garden, all good. We’ll review the basic preserving techniques and provide guidelines for different, sure-fire methods. Using less sugar and no added pectin, we’ll create healthy condiments that shine with natural flavors. Depending on…
Fri, Sep 28th, 2018
Instructor: Beth Dooley
.5 days
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Naturally Sweet: Using Honey and Maple Syrup

Sweet things have natural appeal to our taste buds! Embrace nature’s sweet side as you learn to work with local honey and maple syrup -- pure, delicious, versatile and relatively healthful alternatives to refined sugar. Their flavors are concentrated and complex and offer cooks a range of options. This class…
1/2 day
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P is for Pears

Come fall, the pears are perfect. Our local varieties such as Luscious and Moon Glow may not look pretty,  but they sweeter, more flavorful, and more versatile than those shipped in from afar. Pears are even more versatile that apples in the kitchen and present a world of options —…
Thu, Sep 27th, 2018
Instructor: Beth Dooley
.5 days
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S is for Spring Greens

Spring Green! Welcome this fresh new season with the early harvest — tender greens, delicate spruce tips, fiddleheads garlic scapes, ramps, morels, radishes, tender lettuces, and herbs. Here’s how to forage and harvest the season’s gifts: Spring Greens with Herbed Chèvre and Spruce Tip Vinaigrette, Spinach, Ramp, and Gruyere Tart;…

Past Courses Offered by Beth Dooley

A is for Apples

Springing into Spring Foods: From the Forest & Garden