Los Angeles School Bored –hot to diss the Mayor and prove they’re devoid of class, LA City Council –hot to warm their seats for a third term but not to help, LA hospitals –in bedlam, LAPD into spying –for dollars, politicians polluting TV, Washington wasted –if you need a Break, Bunkie, chew on these:
Culinary Historians of Southern California – November 1 (–hey, what happened to summer in LA…) Colonial American Cuisine Day at Riley’s Farm
A day of colonial culture and cooking at a working apple orchard in the San Bernardino Mountains.
Learn traditional skills like making jams, grinding grains and woodstove baking like back when. Learn butter churning, cider pressing and other farm skills of an early-American type farmhouse. Help make Sally Lunn bread, pumpkin soup, carrot pudding, apple pie, Mount Vernon pie from scratch – and then TaDa! –eat the lessons of recreation colonial dinner, to live fiddle music. The first 45 to reserve get to go:
Membership: must be a member so if you want go, pop $25.00 check into downtown LA library, pronto –payable to: CHSC
Event: deluxe motorcoach, round trip, afternoon at the farm, lessons, dinner, t & t all included in $64. tab, per person –if you want to take a guest
Event reservation: has to be received by November 1 – send to –
richardfoss [at] earthlink [dot]net
Event check to:
CHSC c/o Richard Foss, 809 Eleventh Street , Manhattan Beach CA 90266
November 14 event – Departs from John Anson Ford Theater (near Hollywood Bowl) parking lot, at noon on Tuesday, November 14th. –Good time, place to scoop up recipes for Thanksgiving, give thanks the election will be over. –You have registered to vote, right?