Sizzling Salmon – One of the Most Iconic Foods of Our Local & Historical Food System

Date(s) – 05/19/2017
6:00 pm – 8:30 pm


21 Acres Center for Local Food and Sustainable Living
13701 NE 171st Street, Woodinville

Salmon is one of the most quintessential Pacific Northwest foods. Its cultural and environmental significance defines what it means to be a local and seasonal eater in Washington or Oregon. Join Chef Shelby Minnick as she discusses the role of salmon in our local history while you prepare a hands-on menu of smoked salmon deviled eggs, fresh herb salad, and tender nori-wrapped glazed salmon with toasted pumpkin seed kale. With seafood and dairy.

Instructor: Shelby Minnick, Honest to Goodness Personal Chef,
After graduating from the Art Institute of Seattle’s culinary program, Shelby is energized and enthusiastic about Seattle food offerings and opportunities! A Montana girl hailing from a long line of good cooks, Shelby brings a passion for creating good food to your table. Combining modern and traditional methods, Shelby can prepare a wide variety of cuisines to your exact preferences. Allow Shelby to take care of the kitchen work so that you can enjoy your free time and delicious home-cooked meals. The important and unique relationship we all have with food should be savored and stress-free!

Registration & Enrollment
Standard fee is $69, discounted rate for 21 Acres members is $59. There are three ways to register; online at, by e-mailing or by calling us at 425-481-1500.