Stone Soup for all

September 28th, 2010

Kay Baumhefner will bring to life the inspiring Stone Soup legend of cooperation by gathering together just enough contributions from the generous vegetable gardens and participating farmers to fill and light the fire under our empty pot in the CornerStone village square barn.

By the end of the afternoon we can meet up, where Kay and her crew of helpers will have chopped, stirred and simmered everything into a savory harvest soup ready to ladle out for all of us to share in this celebration of realized abundance.

[Kay Baumhefner is the chef-owner of Come Home to Cooking, a personalized culinary school in Petaluma with small, hands-on classes for both beginners and experienced cooks.]

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