Culinary Event to Benefit Geothermal Greenhouse

You are invited to a unique hands-on culinary workshop to celebrate hundreds of years of Four Corners native plants and one year of successful GGP operations.

This Saturday, November 4, 10am to 3pm, join us at the North Conference Room and Senior Center Kitchen of the Aragon Community Center. Five accomplished chefs will teach gourmet recipes using corn, beans and squash – the “Three Sisters.”

Remember your apron.

Learn to prepare: (1) duck confit, sausage with white bean cassoulet; (2) southwestern enchiladas with black beans, corn and butternut squash; (3) blue corn pone and roasted pumpkin with miso glaze; (4) a special baked squash dish; and (5) a savory succotash.

Participants will receive all featured recipes and share their own favorites.

Guests will enjoy tastes all day long, lunch and even leftovers. Wear your aprons and bring your special Three Sisters recipes for trading. The first 24 guests to register will also take home a complimentary bag of Bow and Arrow brand blue corn meal, freshly milled from this year’s harvest. It’s non-GMO, Four Corners local and a gift from the GGP and Ute Mountain Ute Tribe.

The final 2017 GGP workshop features five amazing chefs: Justin Blackwood, Kathy Keyes, Arnold “Safari” Ngumbo, and Kellie and Todd Stevens.

All proceeds from GGP’s workshops support the nonprofit organization’s ongoing educational activities for all ages. Register today at or at the door on Saturday. Remember those aprons!


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