Local Leaders to Meet at Harvard Cookin’ Girl

REGISTER for the event HERE

The Carmel Valley Life and The Harvard Cookin’ Girl – a boutique cooking school and event venue – are proud to announce a unique invitation for the Community Contributors and Leaders that make The Carmel Valley Life possible.  On DECEMBER 19th at 5:30 pm, guests are invited to join us as we host the next Community Leaders meetup that will be sure to inspire your senses, and provide a fun and educational environment as Pablo A. Fernandez and the Harvard Cookin’ Girl Team walk participants through a delicious and nutritious recipe – a hands on experience that everyone will have the opportunity to enjoy.

Food and beverages will be provided, and as our special guests – in part of the CVLife – the class and venue will be provided at an exclusive CVLife price, a small investment of $20 per person less than the price of a movie and popcorn to be part of an event that will be sure to sell out!  Check our group out at MeetUp and REGISTER for the event HERE

Watch Pablo as He Prepares “Stuffed Acorn Squash”

You can fill these nicely portioned Squash with just about anything. I this recipe I chose a blend of black and red wild rice, with barley, garlic, onions, and a little pink salt. Carmel Valley San Diego Community | Stuffed Acorn Squash | Pablo A. Fernandez

Prep/cook/assembly time is approx 30-40 mins.

Cut the acorn squash in half, put on a pan, lather a little organic coconut oil on them and bake at 375 degrees for 25-30 mins or until cooked. While thats baking, in a rice cooker or a pot of boiling water, cook your desired stuffing in this case our rice blend for about 20-25 mins or until cooked.

Chop some organic vine tomatoes and cilantro. Place the baked squash on a plate, stuff with rice, top it with the tomatoes and cilantro, and in this California inspired recipe add some sliced avocado wedges, sprinkle a little more pink himalayan salt on top and bam! Ready to enjoy! ______________________________________________________________ Carmel Valley San Diego Community | Pablo Fernandez | Harvard Cookin GirlPablo A. Fernandez is a Carmel Valley resident,  the Creative Director  at Harvard Cookin’ Girl – a boutique cooking school in La Jolla, CA, and is involved in inspired community-based projects throughout San Diego.  Raised in an health food environment thanks to his parents’ 17 year venture owning and operating a plant based restaurant.  Pablo, spent many years learning from family, their customers, and countless educational programs and opportunities. His many years in business as an entrepreneur have helped him to understand the dynamic relationship between himself and his clients in delivering a service or product that is highly valuable. He has a passion for living his purpose and sharing it with everyone he meets. “There is an energetic exchange every time you encounter another human being, my purpose is to help people become happier through healthy sustainable food and wellness.” 


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