Slow Bean Supper
Seattle Culinary Academy was recently awarded the Slow Food Snail of Approval for food businesses and programs that contribute to the quality, authenticity, and sustainability of the food supply, and which promote good, clean, fair food for all. SCA was the nation’s first cooking school to implement a sustainable food systems course and integrate social justice initiatives throughout the program.
Kären Jurgensen is the fine dining Chef Instructor at SCA. She spends summers at Quillisascut Farm School teaching professional chefs, culinary students, and agricultural professionals, farm-to-table immersion courses, and philosophy. She is the co-author of “Rethinking the Kitchen, the sustainable kitchen handbook” and “Chefs on the Farm” cookbook.
We have a long list of generous and talented people who made the Slow Beans Supper a great success. Huge compliments and THANK-YOUS to Chef Kären Jurgensen, her team, and the culinary students at Seattle Culinary Academy. Every dish was exquisitely flavored, imaginative, and perfectly executed.
Seattle Culinary Academy's restaurants - One World and Square One - showcase local, sustainable food
If you would like to see the final, glorious Slow Beans Supper menu, click here.