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Teens cook up brownies from scratch

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By James Kinneen Hometown Weekly Reporter Because sweets are an integral part of Valentine’s Day, this year, the Dover Town Library (DTL) decided that they would let their teens bake brownies and decorate them for the holiday on Friday afternoon. But while plenty of places will let you frost a pre-made sugar cookie with pink...
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COA cooks at Powisset Farm

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By Amelia Tarallo Hometown Weekly Staff Visitors from the Westwood Council on Aging visited Powisset Farm on Thursday, September 26, to learn all about cooking with herbs during a class taught by Didi Emmons. Emmons is a professional chef who has founded four successful restaurants. She is also the author of several books, including...
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Meg Tallon teaches cooking for two

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By James Kinneen Hometown Weekly Reporter “They say if you don’t like something, you have to eat it fifteen times. I used to hate ginger, but I’ve eaten it so much that now I love it.” Such was the advice from Meg Tallon to the people of Westwood and Dover attending her “eating for...
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Powisett Farm hosts Ayurvedic cooking class

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By James Kinneen Hometown Weekly Reporter On Saturday afternoon, Powisett Farm held a cooking class that was designed to do more than fill your stomach - it was designed to bring your life balance. Kristina Bedoya, a plant-based chef and lifestyle counselor, taught the students in attendance all about Ayurvedic cooking, an ancient Indian...
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Powisset kitchen serves up success

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By Amelia Tarallo Hometown Weekly Staff Farms have always been a place of entertainment. Children love to come see the animals, and adults love the fresh produce. But Powisset Farm offers an added bonus: it hosts cooking classes. Four to five times a month, Powisset invites a chef to teach people how to cook....
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NHS Life Skills Conference a success

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[caption id="attachment_31325" align="alignright" width="300"]NHS School Resource Officer Adrienne Anderson teaches students how to cook. NHS School Resource Officer Adrienne Anderson teaches students how to cook.[/caption] Last week, the Substance Prevention Alliance of Needham (SPAN) partnered with Needham High School students, the Director of Needham Health &...
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Powisset Farm hosts intimate cooking class

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By Alex Oliveira Hometown Weekly Reporter Powisset Farm hosted a cooking class taught by cookbook author Leigh Belanger in their barn-kitchen last Wednesday afternoon. With sauces sizzling and popping, knives clunking on cutting boards, and steam billowing out of pots and ovens, Belanger walked seven students through the techniques and processes of preparing ingredients,...
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Chefs cook with instant pot

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By Robby McKittrick Hometown Weekly Reporter On Wednesday, September 26, Powisset Farm hosted a small cooking class for residents in the area. At around 7:00 p.m., seven members strolled into the kitchen area of the farm to learn how to use an instant pot. The members of the class were excited to learn about the...
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