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Beyond Soul Food: How did we get here? - Shared screen with speaker view
Mississippi Market
29:26
Welcome everyone! Here is the recipe packet for today's class: https://msmarket.coop/wp-content/uploads/HRI-Recipe-Packet-Mississippi-Market.pdf
Barb Billington
30:37
I'm looking forward to this!
Kirsten Madaus
31:15
Lachelle I love your nails!
Carolyn Boganey
32:46
Can I skip salt if have high blood pressure?
Tami Smith
36:21
Can the camera be focused on the food not Chef!
Mississippi Market
36:45
Hi Tami - both videos should be pinned - do you see them side by side?
Yvette
37:36
How do you see both videos side by side. Thanks.
Tami Smith
38:18
got it now
Mississippi Market
38:28
great - thanks Tami!
Mississippi Market
38:50
Yvette - if you select speaker view you should see both videos of Chef Lachelle and her stove top pinned
Mary Duncan (she/her)
39:46
that doesn't work for me either
Yvette
41:38
I am having to pin either Lachelle or her stove top. Unable to see side by side..
EvaHeinemann
41:54
I am having to pin either Lachelle or her stove top. Unable to see side by side..
Christine R
42:24
Me too. What I did was pin the cooking area and also scroll to see Lachelle as a participant in the smaller image with the rest of us. Oh well.
Susan C.
42:47
Same for me. I did what Christine did.
Mississippi Market
43:43
Hi everyone, I just updated a setting that I hope will allow everyone to multi-pin. If not, I can just spotlight Lachelle's stovetop and cooking set up. Thanks for your patience!
Christine R
45:36
Lachelle - you are a wonderful guide - friendly and informative and doing an amazing job of multitasking :-)
Leslie Lombre
47:01
If I’m using cabbage in place of greens, am I’m cooking the same length of time?
MaryV
49:23
is it true Himalayan, pink salts lack iodine?
Yvette
52:20
Do you have a preference of cookware—stainless steel, cast iron, non-stick, etc.? Thanks.
Tami Smith
56:17
whats cooking in the dark broth??
Kirsten Madaus
58:52
Tami those are the soaking black beans
stephanie
59:09
is there another camera that should be on to show her stove?
Kirsten Madaus
59:26
oops I mean rice
janetleadholm
59:29
How hot was the burner for the onions?
Mississippi Market
59:49
Here is the Good Acre farm share information: https://thegoodacre.org/farm-share-overview/
Kirsten Madaus
01:05:46
pot likker + cornbread = yum!
Marguerite Brunner
01:08:50
Coop sells Iodized sea salt
Marguerite Brunner
01:09:06
Hains
Bridgette Kelly (she/her)
01:09:26
Producers add iodine for market
Kirsten Madaus
01:10:26
cast iron makes such a nice crust on cornbread
Darlene F.
01:12:11
Do you have a gluten free flour recommendation?
Yvette
01:15:53
Cannot see the greens.
Yvette
01:18:32
Where do you buy your wooden utensils?
Yvette
01:21:38
Cast iron makes the best cornbread and upside down cakes!
Christine R
01:23:02
heat the pan?
Kirsten Madaus
01:23:19
Good catch!
Kirsten Madaus
01:24:02
We are all human, Lachelle!
ever
01:26:33
It's all good. Actually it's helpful to know those ingredients may be combined in different ways.
terry lander
01:27:04
Wondering why use both honey and sugar. Couldn't you just use one of them for sweetness?
Tami Smith
01:27:16
do you need to check rice?? looks like it's hard boiling
Christine R
01:29:04
Looking forward to also hearing about historical context of soul food cuisine, how it got its name and the characteristics that make it a unique pillar of American cuisine.
Barb Billington
01:30:02
question about the quantity of sugar in the pudding. the recipe list recommends 1/4 c, but the instructions below #1 recommends 3/4 c. Does it matter? thanks.
Kirsten Madaus
01:30:12
Your Good Acre Internship brought a wonderfully talented cook to Minnesota Central Kitchen. Mayra is a huge asset to Chowgirls.
Marlene
01:33:41
Can you put the link here to the classes?
Mississippi Market
01:35:20
Hi Marlene - here are all of our upcoming classes. Registration is up for both of Lachelle's May and June classes. https://msmarket.coop/event/
Marlene
01:39:09
Thank you!
Jean Muller
01:51:06
Do you ever use a pressure cooker for any of your recipes (e.g., smoked turkey necks and collards)?
Yvette
01:52:40
During the slavery era, the cook was the most highly prized slave on the entire plantation.
Christine R
01:53:51
Natives ("weeds") are also important for all the animal world too!
Bobbi
01:58:53
Would only red clover work or are there other clovers that would work? E.g. crimson clover.
Yvette
02:02:16
Can you used dried red clover and where can you find it in store? Thanks.
Bridgette Kelly (she/her)
02:03:41
yes, for tom and jerry's
ever
02:03:50
Yes
Kirsten Madaus
02:03:57
I have never used aquafaba and I’m so excited to see it in action since I’ve heard of it but never tried.
Bridgette Kelly (she/her)
02:06:09
I've used aquafaba for vegan meringues too!
ever
02:06:30
When do you add cream of tartar?
Yvette
02:06:43
I have a cookie recipe using aquafaba.
Jewelean Jackson
02:16:19
If one is not serving the banana pudding right away, how does one keep it running sinking??
Jewelean Jackson
02:17:14
from sinking
Yvette
02:17:57
Where do you buy your wooden utensils?
Bridgette Kelly (she/her)
02:22:15
That looks so yummy!
Kirsten Madaus
02:22:32
The aquafaba merengue is amazing. Thank you fo much for making it all on camera so we can see!
Kendra Garrett
02:25:25
When you forage, like for the clover, do you worry about what chemicals have been used on the plants?
Jewelean Jackson
02:26:48
And how do you discern about the chemicals??
Carolyn Boganey
02:26:56
are your hands slippery when you rub them with coconut oil. Will the pans slip out of your hands?
Carolyn Boganey
02:27:40
wow-those blac eye peas look great!
Amanda she/hers
02:29:26
Maybe explain HOW you’d plate it?
Mary
02:31:34
Everything looks delicious!
MaryV
02:31:37
don’t forget the meringue !
Jewelean Jackson
02:31:58
What do you do with the pot likka??
Jewelean Jackson
02:32:21
licker
Carolyn Boganey
02:32:53
HMMMM!
Christine R
02:33:01
Wonderful meal for you and your family :-)
Yvette
02:33:06
Awesome! Thanks.
Christine R
02:33:26
Thank you very much Lachelle! Looking forward to the session next month!
Mississippi Market
02:33:30
YUM! Looks delicious - and nutritious! Thank you Lachelle!
Mississippi Market
02:33:39
Here are the next classes: https://msmarket.coop/event/
Kendra Garrett
02:33:43
Thanks so much!
Carolyn Boganey
02:33:43
Thank you so much
Bobbi
02:33:45
Thanks! Very fascinating topics.
Yvonne Schneider
02:33:45
good show-look forward to the next one!
Mary
02:33:46
Thank you! Enjoy the meal!
ever
02:33:46
Wonderful!!! Thank you chef!!
twest
02:33:49
Thank you! so informative and educational.
Jean Muller
02:33:50
Thank you!
Tami Smith
02:34:09
Fun and yummy
Jan Cox Golovich
02:34:42
Thank you - class was great -- appreciated the history of Soul Food
Anna
02:34:50
Thanks! I tried to do online knitting last night and zoom didn't work. I'm glad zoom worked this time.
Amanda she/hers
02:35:00
Thank you! So fun!
janetleadholm
02:35:24
Wonderful! Great class. Thank you!!!
Kirsten Madaus
02:37:16
Lachelle this has been wonderful, thank you so much! I appreciated the great visuals (especially the aquafaba merengue) and I learned so much bonus good stuff about foraging (horsetail for joints!) and how you multitask in your kitchen as well as around the area. Thank you so much.
Kelly Allard
02:37:54
thank you!!!
ShareMyNC
02:38:10
Wonderful