Downingtown resident and author of MaMa Mia Cucina~A Flavor of Good Food and Good Family, Cynthia Goch, is offering on-site cooking classes and other culinary options, including her October through December culinary series at Downingtown’s DARC.

All classes are scheduled to be held at Lionville Middle School, Rm. B-111 (550 W. Uwchlan Ave., Exton)
Reservations Required:  610-269-9260, Cost $50/pp

Click here for the DARC Brochure (pages 19-20), and here for the registration form.

The DARC Classes are as follows:

October 5th, A Fall Harvest of Vegetables: Come join us as we take the Fall Vegetable Harvest from squashes to root vegetables and transform them into healthy dishes that will delight the palate.

October 12th, A Halloween Theme: Delight the young and young at heart with Halloween treats for your family’s celebration or your party celebration with friends.

October 26th, Holiday Baking: Get a jump start on your holiday baking in learning time-saving techniques, planning “sweet gifts” for family and friends.

Goch also hosts cooking classes at Phoenixville’s Franklin Commons, with two to premiere this month that focus on entire comfort food menus, from appetizers to desserts.

Thursday, October 14 ~ 6:00pm-8:00pm
Sunday Dinner at Home

Thursday, October 21 ~ 6:00pm-8:00pm
Savor the Flavor of Autumn

Click here for the menu of both classes at the Franklin Commons’ Bistro Hall. Reservations required, call 484-459-3685 or email Goch to register, $50 pp.

Cynthia Goch is fabulous author, a public speaker, cook and cooking instructor. She is passionate working with people of all ages and levels of interest who love food and the art of cooking.  She shares her expertise in celebrating life by embracing good health and connecting with others through the nourishment of food.  Her latest cook book, MaMa Mia Cucina~A Flavor of Good Food and Good Family, is a collection of Italian family recipes, inspired by a lineage of cooking teachers, ‘old world’ recipes and family-favorites.