Edible? Find out at the Kitchen Garden Series.

Monday brought the news the Corson Building is now serving Sunday brunch from 9:30am – 2pm and bringing back its popular Thursday– and Friday-night dinners inspired by Angelo Pellegrini. Today: Corson chef Matthew Dillon and Master Gardener Willi Galloway—whose slew of accomplishments include the title of West Coast editor at Organic Gardening magazine—are launching a gardening and cooking series.

Not for the flaky, the Kitchen Garden Series mandates a seven-month commitment. That way participants can “bring food full circle,” from seed to supper.

Things you may learn: How to harvest goods in urban spaces, organic growing techniques, soil care, canning and drying, and, finally, how to utliize garden goods in the kitchen. Of course plenty of wine and noshes will be on hand.

The series, which costs $400, begins April 14 and concludes October 9, with classes taking place once a month on Wednesdays. Only 15 spots are available. You can reserve yours by emailing [email protected] or calling 206-762- 3330.

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