All About Bone Broth Class and Booksigning and Tasting with Leslie Korn, author of The Good Mood Kitchen
Portland, Oregon (September 25, 2017) – Broth Bar by Salt Fire and Time has built a wellness community around traditional foods. This October, owner Tressa Yellig welcomes author and integrative medicine professional Leslie Korn to celebrate the publication of The Good Mood Kitchen: Simple Recipes and Nutrition Tips for Emotional Balance. Yellig will also continue the monthly Bone Broth 101 class series for customers interested in learning more about the health benefits of bone broth and simple, nutritional ways to incorporate broth into a daily lifestyle.
October 2017 Health + Wellness Events:
Monday, October 2, 6-7 p.m., 115 NE 6th Avenue, Portland
All About Bone Broth Class, Tickets are $15 per person.
Bone Broth is one of the simplest and most powerful food remedies a person can have at her disposal. In this class, we will discuss the history of using bones as medicine, what conditions are most receptive to their healing powers, how to source bones from different animals, how to prepare bone broth and how to work it into your menu plans and dishes. We will demonstrate how to set up your broth as well as how to strain and store your broth. Students will have the opportunity to taste a variety of different bone broths. Call the shop at 503-208-2758 or sign up online at www.saltfireandtime.com.
Friday, October 6, 4-6 p.m. 115 NE 6th Avenue, Portland
The Good Mood Kitchen Booksigning and Tasting Event
Join us for a free bone broth tasting and meet Dr. Leslie Korn, a Harvard Medical School trained traumatologist who specializes in using nutritional and herbal medicine for mental health and optimal brain function for people of all ages. Korn will sign copies of her new book The Good Mood Kitchen, offering mood-savvy tips, tools and delicious recipes to guide you step by step through all the essentials of revolutionizing your diet for optimal health, energy, and emotional well-being.
About Broth Bar by Salt Fire and Time
Sisters Tressa and Katie Yellig opened Broth Bar, the country’s first dedicated bone broth café, in August 2015 in Portland, Oregon. Tressa has been making and selling her bone broth in Portland since 2009, when she founded Salt, Fire and Time. After six years of building a wellness community around traditional foods, she saw the need for a place to gather and a place to provide customers with a quick and convenient way to incorporate bone broth into their lifestyle. She partnered with her sister, Katie, who had recently left a corporate career in the beverage business, and Broth Bar was born. Broth Bar’s bone broth stands above others in the market because of its purity. Bones are sourced directly from Pacific Northwest farmers and ranchers who raise their animals as nature intended on pasture, grass-fed and grass-finished (and when feed is needed, it’s hormone, antibiotic and GMO-free). Salt Fire and Time’s bone broth contains almost 2 pounds of bones per quart and is cooked in small batches for three days to release the maximum amount of beneficial micronutrients. Broth Bar is also the retail shop for Salt Fire and Time’s line of frozen bone broths, kombucha, grass-fed beef jerkies and other nutrient-dense foods. Everything served in the café is gluten free, paleo friendly and selected with a focus on wellness. Broth Bar ships bone broth nationwide with one flat rate shipping option through saltfireandtime.com. Broth Bar has two locations at 115 NE 6th Avenue, Portland, Oregon and in Olympia, WA at the 222 Market, 222 Capitol Way North.