The Pacific Northwest is a major producer of apples and pears, and many people have a fruit tree or two in their own yards. These delicious fruits, plus the many dried fruits and nuts that are available to us all year around really shine in winter dishes, both sweet and savory. Join Karen Achabal in the kitchen at the Clinton Community Hall to learn how to add these delectable treasures to your meals for both satisfying and nourishing winter recipes.
Karen Achabal grew up in a household where cooking was the family pastime, and food was a top topic of conversation. In her teens she baked bread for the family restaurant, and after college, she worked in Seattle restaurants, both cooking and serving. In her own restaurant, she created new menus every month featuring house-made sausages from many different cuisines. Her current obsessions are foraging wild foods, artisanal cocktails, and bringing food programs to the Library.
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