Nourishing Soups for the New Year

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Food & Drink

Event Overview

Come celebrate January Soup Month, by rolling up your sleeves and learning how to make a few comforting, nourishing soups. We will be chopping, blending, stirring and crafting up real food deliciousness together. Bring a friend and boozy beverage as we toast the new year with a bit of comfort + joy! 

The recipes will be vegetarian and gluten-free, but other dietary needs can mostly be met. Please let us know any food accommodation needs in advance. 

What to Bring

If you would like to take some soup home, please bring a pint mason jar with lid. Jars will be available to purchase for $2 each as well. If you would like to enjoy a boozy drink, please feel free to bring your own.

What's Provided

All of the ingredients and equipment will be provided. Please plan to sample all of the soups and sides and a sparkly non-alcoholic beverage.

Cancellation Policy

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In addition to teaching local food cooking and gardening for Dabble, Lilly teaches children and families for Slow Food Denver and Denver Urban Gardens.

Prior to that she was a personal chef in San Luis Obispo, CA in 2004-2006 and then again in the Denver metro area from 2006-2010. At which point, she switched gears to create the online subscription service Lilly's Table featuring her recipes and seasonal meal plans. After her first child was born, she moved to Tucson, AZ where she was the coordinator for the first two years of Tucson Food Day. While in Arizona, she taught cooking classes for daycare providers through the Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona. Returning to Colorado, she helped start the Neighbor to Market vegetable consignment program at the Edgewater Market & Music. Her family's small urban farm, including chickens, a hive and gardens, inspired their experiment to eat local for a year.

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