Passport to Morocco: Hearty Winter Tagine and Spiced Carrot Couscous

Get your passport to travel to Morocco from the comfort of your own kitchen. Moroccan cuisine is considered one of the most important cuisines in the world because of the diversity of influences from colonizers and immigrants who left their marks. Join Chef Linda from Catskill Animal Sanctuary and cook along or watch and learn how to make a warming winter meal that reflects a plant-based approach to the rich flavors and traditions of this North African country.

As a vegan chef, culinary instructor, and certified health coach, Linda brings enthusiasm, experience, and relatable style to her cooking classes, coaching, and catering. She knows food –and people – and is a valuable resource for audiences large and small. A graduate of New York’s Natural Gourmet Institute for Health and Culinary Arts, lead author of Compassionate Cuisine: 125 Plant-Based Recipes from our Vegan Kitchen, and director of the culinary program by the same name at Catskill Animal Sanctuary, Linda speaks with passion and expertise about:

  • The joy of cooking and eating compassionately
  • Nutritional benefits of a plant-based diet
  • Overcoming challenges in the kitchen
  • Life after cheese

This program is virtual, delivered via Zoom. Registration is required so that you can be sent the Zoom link. Registration opens on Wednesday, March 9. Participants will receive an ingredient list and will provide their own items.

Allergen notes: Contains gluten and nuts