Northwest Language Academy food series turns to seasonal French cuisine

The Northwest Language Academy continues its Language of Food Series with a demonstration class and dinner featuring regional French cuisine, using fresh, seasonal and local ingredients, from 4:30 to 8:30 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 6 at Ashingdon Manor in Langley.

Chef David Amar, a native of Aubenas in southern France, will be the facilitator for the evening. He lives in Seattle and teaches regional French cuisine.

The presentation is co-sponsored by Slow Food, Whidbey Chapter. Proceeds from the event will go to NWLA’s scholarship fund for children’s summer language camp.

The Language of Food Series explores traditional cuisines from around the world, and the ways in which these cuisines maintain unbroken relationships with the healthier traditions of the past.

The cost is $58 and includes the class and dinner and one wine pairing. Seating is limited so reserve early by contacting NWLA at 321-2101 or

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