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Wednesday, March 05, 2008

Madison's news

David Warda will be creating a weekly grab-and-go menu for Madison's, plus fruit salads on Saturdays. Samples will be available at the Internet cafe at Findlay Market (next to Madison's, 110 W. Elder St.) from 11-noon this Saturday.
This week's menu:
Marinated Green Beans
Black Bean, Mango and Roasted Corn Salsa
Cabbage Salad
Sesame Peanut Noodle Salad
"Adults Only Mac and Cheese" (sounds intriguing!)

Cooking Classes at the Market will be held the 3rd Sunday of each month at Findlay Market.
Tasting and Ask the Chef will be held the 2nd Saturday each month at Findlay Market.Custom and private events are available. Contact 513-542-2009 for details.
Upcoming cooking classes:
Cooking Classes at the Market
Fruit Desserts - Sunday, March 16th
Pear Upside-down Ginger Bread
Dark Chocolate Ancho Chili Pound Cake
Island Fruit Layer Cake with Mango Icing
Pear, Apple and Walnut Crisp with Spiced Wine Syrup
NEW DATE! Vegetable Sides - Sunday, April 13th
Sofrito Rice
Mixed Greens with Chilies and Balsamic Vinegar
Beets, Apples and OnionPoblano/Cheese Grits
Moroccan Carrots with Capers
($25 per person. Prepaid Cash, Check, Credit Card (visa,mc,amex,disc)Call for reservations 513-542-2009, 513-723-0590 or visit the Madison's Store.)


1 Comments:

at 8:09 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Well,
I just wanted to give my quick opinion of the Madison's cooking class. I went to the Feb 17th class with several friends and all I can say it was great!! David Warda, was charming, entertaining, very informative and the recipes were very simple and delicious. I sorry to say, won't be able to go to the March class..my son is coming home from Iraq...so I will be a little preoccupied that weekend. :o) I have been waiting for some sort of cooking classes at Findlay Market for a very long time and am thankful to Madison's for providing them!
Hope you all give them a try!!!!

 
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