Sustainable Cooking: 5 Easy Apple Recipes
Cooking doesn’t have to be difficult, and today we’ll also make it sustainable! We are going to be making the traditional Chilean dish: Porotos Granados. I will be sourcing all my food from a local farmer’s market, and if you can, you should too! By buying locally sourced food, you are not contributing to the carbon dioxide that is emitted into the air when food is shipped across seas and countries. This dish is delicious, and I hope you can follow along to share it with your friends and family. The proportions we are making today will make around 8 servings of porotos. Ingredients: - 1 lb shelled cranberry beans - 1 butternut squash - 1 large yellow onion - 6 ears of corn - a bunch of basil - A quart of stock (vegetable or chicken) - 1 hot pepper (optional) - Salt, pepper, and any spice of your choosing
Hi! My name is Anna, and I was born and raised in New York City. I am a student currently taking a gap year from Northwestern University, but when I return next year, I look forward to studying environmental science and chemistry. I’ve worked with tutoring high schoolers in chemistry and tutoring first graders in word recognition and reading comprehension. I am so passionate about a multitude of things other than science like drumming, dancing, cooking, and some good old fashioned arts and crafts. I am enthusiastic about students learning new skills and enhancing old ones because learning should be fun!