Habitat for Humanity of Greater Plymouth will hold a Virtual Cooking Show on Wednesday, Aug. 26, from 7 to 8:30 p.m. to benefit the final construction phase of three affordable homes in Plymouth
Sponsored by Tiny & Sons, the event will feature Chef Andrew Rivera-Myers, owner of The Artisan Pig, a restaurant that will be opening later this fall on Court Street in Plymouth. Participants will learn how to make Caprese Sausage, a roasted tomato and mozzarella sausage, an heirloom tomato salsa with balsamic reduction, and a roasted sriracha ranch potato salad. Beer and wine pairing tips will also be offered and the event will conclude with live Q&A with the Chef.
This program is designed to be an opportunity to learn from a professional chef, and the duration of prep and cook times will be condensed. Participants are encouraged to relax and watch, and plan to make the dish sometime later on their own. Tickets are $40 per person. To register, go to https://givebutter.com/hfhgp_virtual_cooking or text the word Cooking to 202-858-1233. The Zoom link will be sent to registrants.
All proceeds benefit the ongoing construction of three homes underway on Long Pond Road in Plymouth, two of which are designated for military veterans. Habitat team members will give updates on the project as well. Due to COVID-19, the organization has been forced to cancel four in-person fundraisers and this virtual format will be an important first, as they seek to raise critical funds.