Did you know that “salads” have been a part of humankind’s diet for thousands of years? Even the ancient Greeks and Romans made lettuces a part of their daily meals. Learn how to raise healthy, nutritious food that can be picked and eaten at its peak of flavor.
Tuesday, March 19th, 10:00 – 11:30am
Raincatcher’s Garden of Midway Hills * 11001 Midway Road
Instructor: Jeff Raska, Dallas County Horticulture Program Assistant, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service
The class is free – no reservation required. The public is welcome, and Master Gardeners earn a one-hour education credit.
Immediately following Jeff’s presentation in the church sanctuary, you are invited to join us in the Community Hall for a …
Salad Bar Smorgasbord of Garden Delights
Choose from an array of textures, shapes, colors and flavors even Peter Rabbit would envy. Use your imagination to create your very own culinary masterpiece. Toss your creation with an assortment of dressings, crunchy vegetables and a few surprise toppings.
Garden Salad with Caramelized Almonds and Mandarin Oranges
Mixed Green Salad with Nasturtiums and Raspberry Vinaigrette
Fresh Spinach and Tatsoi Salad with Orange Curry Dressing
Orange Fennel Watercress Salad
Creamy Leek and Sorrel Soup
“Jump in” and finish your feast with a chomping delicious piece of Chocolate Beet Cake or that sneaky little rabbit’s ultimate pleasure…Blue Ribbon Carrot Cake
Lunch reservations must be received by Tuesday, March 12
$15 person, limited to 60
Future 2019 classes, no reservations yet but you can save these dates on your calendar:
June 18th… Herbs of the Mediterranean
August 27th… Corn, the Golden Essence of Summer, and Okra, a Garden Giant
October 22nd …Seasonal Splendor, Pumpkins and Sweet Potatoes