What's for Dinner? New Mexican Cooking!

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OSU Extension and the Douglas County Master Food Preservers will hold
their next What's for Dinner? cooking class
Thursday, September 17, 2009
11:30 am to 1:30 pm
Sutherlin Community Center
150 S. Willamette St.

Master Food Preserver Lori Salars and her husband Mark
will teach the basics of New Mexican cuisine featuring green chiles:

1. Roasting and peeling (and discussing preservation methods of) green chile
2. Making chile rellenos
3. Making a quick and easy chile relleno casserole
4. Making and frying up sopaipillas

Cost for the class, which includes a full lunch, is $15.00. You must preregister with payment by noon on Monday, September 14.

Stop by the Extension office at 1134 SE Douglas in Roseburg to pick up a registration form or go to the webpage at: http://extension.oregonstate.edu/douglas/food then click on menu item 2a. Mail the completed form with your check to:

Douglas Co/OSU Extension
Attn: MFP-CL
PO Box 1165
Roseburg, OR 97470
Questions? Call the OSU Extension office at 672-4461.

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