Learn to Make Ravioli- And eat it too

Ravioli, the plural version of Raviolo, is the beloved stuffed pasta largely believed to be invented in Italy in the 14th century. 

There’s nothing so delicious as fresh pasta, and crafting it yourself is much easier than you might think!  Join the Kansas City Food Circle and Beth Barden from Succotash and learn how to use local & organic ingredients to make amazing ravioli.

In this interactive cooking class guests will learn to create ravioli, have dinner, and will also be able to take home their ravioli creations.

Ticket includes dinner and wine.

Succotash Restaurant, 2601 Holmes Street, KCMO

December 12 at 6pm

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KC Food Circle Holiday Pop-Up

This is KC's only 100% local Holiday Pop Up Shop! Celebrate all the diversity found in our community - from gifts to home goods to all the food you need for Thanksgiving. This event has it all.

Show your friends and family all the KC love you can this holiday season. (And maybe get yourself a little something, too!)
Saturday, November 19th
10a-4p
Heim Building (across from Local Pig in the East Bottoms)
2700 Guinotte St.
Kansas City, MO 64120

No Tickets Required!

TRAFFIC ALERT

Guinotte St. coming from the east (Downtown/1-35 N is closed. Please take Front Street/Kansas Ave, Chestnut Trafficway to Guinotte.

 

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Check out this amazing list of vendors!

28 Woodworks
80 Acres Art
Beer Paws
Black Dogs Farm
Borgman's Dairy
Broken Arrow
CatCoq
Cobinsteinz Farm
Craft Bomb
Decoylab
Dez Nuts
Fair Share Farms
Farrar Family Farm
Fiber & Clay
Food Life Joy
Green Bee KC
Green Dirt Farm
Greene's Acre Organic Farm
Hello Happiness Cards
Hugo Tea
Ibis Bakery
KC Canning
Lew Edmister
McFarland Glass
Messner Family Farms
Mindfully Made for You
Ocean and Sea
Opal & Gold
Peaceful Hills Farm
Red Hare Leather
Red Team Farm
Sandlot Goods
Schenker Family Farms
Shine Candle Co
Skin
Skyview Farm and Creamery
Sibleyville Cackleberries
Small Barn Farm
Smoky Hills Farm
Song Bird Cafe
Stony Crest Urban Farm
Sweet Destructor
Sweet Kiss Brigadeiro
The Little Wing
Urban Provisions
Vain
Whiskey & Bone
Wild Alaska Fish Co.
Wild Wash Soap
Wood + Salt
Yummylicious Cookies

Time to Reserve Your Turkey!

The last few months of the year come on so quickly it can feel a bit like the rug is being pulled out from under us. If the speedy onset of the holiday season has caught you off guard, it's possible that you haven't ordered your Thanksgiving turkey yet. We're here to help! 

 

If you're thinking about opting out of a boring supermarket bird and upping your turkey game this year by choosing a locally raised or heritage breed turkey we recommend reserving that turkey from your farmer a month before Thanksgiving Day. They sell out that quickly, and for good reason: Many people think local and heritage turkeys just taste better, and helps keeps your holiday money right here in the community. 

You might be thinking, "Hey, it's a turkey. Aren't they all the same?" Not really.  What most of us know today as a classic Thanksgiving turkey is a Broad Breasted White, selectively bred by USDA scientists over the past 50 years to put on maximal breast meat in minimum growing time. This triumph of modern agricultural science is the industry's answer to what they think we want -lots of white meat, on the cheap. The biological cost of such great efficiency is an ungainly bird, too stocky in the chest to fly or to reproduce naturally. The turkeys sold by our farmers are usually endangered breeds such as Standard Bronze, Narragansett, Black Spanish, and White Holland, or a combination of these breeds. These birds are very similar to what would have been eaten by the Pilgrims. Plus, they are raised out-of-doors like a good turkey should be, and aren't injected with water, salt, preservatives, and flavorings during the packaging process like supermarket birds.

When you call your farmer to order, plan for about 1 1/2 pounds of turkey per person, which will afford you a little bit extra for leftovers. We always plan for sandwiches the next day.  When you pick up your order, it will be frozen just like you are used to.  Cooking times may be a little less, and there may be a bit more dark meat.  Expect the flavor to knock your mother-in-laws socks off! Cook's Illustrated even did a taste test between store bought birds and heritage breeds. 

Our handful of family farmers have gone the extra mile to provide you with the perfect centerpiece to your meal.

Each of the farms below has turkeys available - reserve yours today!

Mysfit Acres sold out