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You can learn to make your own sauerkraut as well as kimchi and enjoy a light lunch (with Polish kielbasa and pierogies!) at a "Krautmaking Crowns the Harvest Season" that Slow Food Pittsburgh is holding from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Sunday, Nov. 6. The event takes place at the headquarters of American Eagle at SouthSide Works, thanks to host Chef Cory Rockwood, who is executive chef at the employee cafeteria there. Also leading the class are "Pittsburgh's Queens of Kraut," tea merchant Betsy Hollweck and Naomi Auth, chef/owner of Magnolia Cafe in Troy Hill. While you'll be able to buy two types of cabbage, this class is not hands-on; however, the organizers note, you'll learn "everything you need to launch you on the kraut journey."
Cost is $30 or $25 for Slow Food Pittsburgh members; register by emailing email@example.com or calling 412-343-7354.
First Published October 6, 2011 12:00 am