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2015 Eat Local Challenge
May 1-31, 2015

The Challenge? 
Eat locally grown and produced food at home or
locally-owned restaurants
every day for the entire month of May

Registration continues until 2pm May 31st
Online registration through EventBrite
Link to registration at EventBrite, our Facebook page
and our website Registration.

will provide a short course in cooking.

Sponsored in part by FORGAGE.
Each of the four Kickoff events will teach cooking basics using seasonal food,
share tips to save time and money, and offer samples of all the dishes.

Class #1 Friday, April 24, 7-7:45pm
How to Boil Water (stovetop cooking with water)

Citizen’s Co-op Courtyard 435 South Main Street

Class #2 Saturday, April 25, 9:30-10:15am
How to Fry Eggs (stovetop cooking with good fats)

Alachua County Farmers Market 441 and NW 34th Street

Class #3 Wednesday, April 29, 5:30-6:15pm
How to Season with Style (and less salt)

Union Street Farmers Market SW 2nd Ave and SW 1st Street

Class #4 Saturday, May 2, 9:30-10:15am
How to Preserve the Season (jam in a hurry)

Haile Farmers Market SW 91st Street off Tower Road

COMMUNITY CELEBRATION – Matheson History Museum
Sunday May 31st  1pm - 4pm

Community groups, churches and businesses are invited to participate. 
If your group has a “green” committee, eating local could become part of your activism.
Need a speaker for your group or committee?
Contact Stefanie Samara Hamblen
352 374-8561 or hogtownhomegrown@gmail.com

Be part of the 2015 Eat Local Challenge!
Hogtown HomeGrown is a local newsletter and website with recipes and menus based on seasonal fresh foods.