Nourishing Foods Tour & Tasting

Grass Valley, Calif. January 14, 2019 – Have you ever wondered what the local food buzz about? Why do people gush over morel mushrooms or rave about a radically tart kombucha? Explore the bustling Grass Valley foodie scene as your local guide, Teri Patterson, leads you through the historic streets of this charming Gold Rush town.

This experience is a wonderful, light-hearted way to sample great food, learn about nutrition, and meet some of Grass Valley’s gourmets. It is an excellent outing for cooks, foodies and those seeking more sustainable and nutritious fresh food options.

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You’ll meet local culinary purveyors as they share their passion for high-quality foods. During the experience, you’ll taste a wide variety of offerings such as olive oils, reduced vinegars, fermented foods, chocolates, and seasonally fresh foods.

Your guide will highlight the nutritional benefits of the food samples and answer your questions. Teri has a wealth of knowledge about diet and nutrition topics, including food sensitivities, tips and tricks for shopping at grocery stores and farmers markets, questions to ask your restaurant servers, and much more.
“I believe in freedom from counting calories, I believe in eating whole food that your Great Grandma would recognize and I believe each of us need to find our own “diet”.  I also believe that nutrition can be fun.” —Teri Patterson
Along the way, you’ll enjoy a stop at a legendary kitchen store, where Teri will demonstrate some of her favorite cooking techniques and kitchen gadgets that will help you get the most out of every home-cooked meal.

The experience also includes some of Teri’s favorite recipes and discounts at select local purveyors.

Come join us for a tasty slice of Nevada County life!

What: Nourishing Foods Tour & Tasting by Outlandish Experiences
Where: Historic Downtown Grass Valley
Cost: $20
Tickets: https://bit.ly/2FiRB7T
Multiple Dates and Times:
Saturday, Jan. 26, 3pm
Saturday, Feb. 9, 3pm
Saturday, Feb 23, 10am
Saturday, March 30, 10am
Saturday, April 27, 10am
Contact: (530) 377-6495