LAKE PLACID - The next installment of the I Love Local Eats Cooking Series at the Thomas Shipman Youth Center will take place next week - it will be the ninth food demonstration of the year for the series.
Tammy Loewy, who owns Green Goddess in Lake Placid along with Wynde Kate Reese, is scheduled to give a cooking demonstration that will be followed by food tasting and a Q&A session from the audience at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 23 at the youth center located at 8 Cummins Road, Lake Placid.
"We are so happy that Green Goddess joining us for 20th installation of I Love Local Eats Cooking Series," Dmitry Feld, organizer of the cooking series and president of the Shipman Youth Center board, told the News. "Owners of Green Goddess Tammy Loewy and Wynde Reese been providing Lake Placid and visitors with fantastic food for many years now, we can't wait to see their presentation. I would encourage every body to attend."
Tea and coffee will be provided by Hannaford's. Non-alcoholic beverages will also be served at the event. Dessert will be provided by Cake Placid.
The cost to attend is $15 per person and no RSVP is required.
The following cooking series event will be Wednesday, Nov. 13 and will feature pastry chef Jennifer Gates from Cake Placid.
For more information on the I Love Local Eats Cooking Series, contact youth center director Jon Fremante by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 518-523-8786.