What’s cooking at 21 Acres?

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff

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The table is ready in preparation for “How to Cook From a Farmers Market” held recently at 21 Acres. Photo courtesy of 21 Acres.
The inaugural cooking series, presented by 21 Acres, continues with Sustainable Food and Wine Pairing 101 on Saturday, October 15, from noon until 2 p.m. on the 21 Acres Farm.

Taught by Darin Leonardson of Edibility, a One Eighty Hospitality Company, Sustainable Cooking introduces you to cooking with locally sourced, farm fresh, sustainable foods and satisfies your desire to create distinct meals. Using the outdoor wood-fired brick oven at the recent “How To Cook From a Farmers Market” class, Chef Darin inspired attendees with his creative recipes and entertaining presentation. His goal is to inspire and educate kitchen cooks with an eye toward sustainable food purchases.

Always knowing which culinary delights will entice and captivate his guests, Chef Darin says, “My ingredients always include a lot of passion and a little craziness!”

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Chef Darin Leonardson of Edibility demonstrates his cooking techniques. Photo courtesy of 21 Acres

In addition to October’s “Sustainable Food & Wine Pairing 101,” the remaining classes in the series are “Free Range Thanksgiving 101 & All Its Fixings,” November 19 and “A Local Organic Christmas Dinner,” December 17.

Fee is $50 per class. Registration is open on a space available basis. Dress for an autumn farm experience; this class will be held outdoors. Call now to reserve your place or register and pay online at For more information,  visit www/ or e-mail This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. 21 Acres is located at 13701 NE 171st Ave. Woodinville.

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