June 2013

Thu
13
Twitter Chat: Summer Produce Gone Wild
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM @ Online
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Twitter Chat: Summer Produce Gone Wild
Thursday, June 13th
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Online, Free

Squash, canteloupe, and corn - oh my! Summer's bounty is just ripe for the cooking and we'll dish about all of the ways to enjoy your favorites. We'll also celebrate our friends the bees, pollinators we all love and need to keep summer's bounty returning years after year. Follow #wfmdish to join the conversation from 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm CST.

Thu
27
Twitter Chat: Wines of Summer
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM @ Online
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Twitter Chat: Wines of Summer
Thursday, June 27th
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Online, Free

Cool, crisp whites, reds to pair with your favorite steak - wine is made for summer food. Join us as we chat about pairing wines with both weather and favorite summer foods. Follow #wfmwine to join the conversation from 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm CST.

Events At Nearby Stores

Story Time Friday
Friday, December 19th
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Second floor cafe, FREE

Join us on our second floor cafe for Story Time every other Friday – fun treats and laughs included. Recommended for children ages 3-6.

Oyster Shucking Competition
Friday, December 19th
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Seafood, Whole Foods Market Third & 3rd, FREE

Come by the Seafood department at Third & 3rd for the ultimate oyster shuck-off! The teams will be facing off to see who can shuck the fastest, and of course we'll have samples to share. #SharetheCheer

Come by the Seafood department at Third & 3rd for the ultimate oyster shuck-off! The teams will be facing off to see who can shuck the fastest, and of course we'll have samples to share.

New Year's Food Traditions
Friday, December 19th
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Bowery Culinary Center, 2nd floor, $45

Hands-On & Demonstration, $45  CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

While many of us ring in the New Year by uncorking a bottle of champagne, other cultures around the world celebrate with traditional dishes meant to bring luck, health, and prosperity in the coming months. In this class, we’ll learn some international recipes that are enjoyed amongst friends and family on New Year’s Day, as well as the origins behind each dish.

On the Menu: Asheh Reshteh (Persian New Year’s Soup); Hoppin’ John (Southern-Style Pea & Rice Stew); Chinese Stir-Fried Longevity Noodles; Japanese Mochi Stuffed with Adzuki Bean Paste.

Instructor: Wai Chu, Culinary Center Educator

Hands-On & Demonstration, $45  CLICK HERE TO REGISTER