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Second seating: Quarantine kitchen returning Feb. 15

Chef Cory Evans walked through the best way to cut a zucchini during the first Quarantine Kitchen fundraiser. (Caitlin Yamada/ The Union)
Chef Cory Evans walked through the best way to cut a zucchini during the first Quarantine Kitchen fundraiser. (Caitlin Yamada/ The Union)

WASHINGTON — After the first Quarantine Kitchen fundraiser was a success, Main Street Washington has announced two new sessions.

Quarantine Kitchen mimicked popular meal delivery services with an added twist.

Programs such as Hello Fresh and Blue Apron deliver ingredients to the subscriber’s door with a recipe to explain how to cook the meal. Main Street Washington decided to make the event more interactive with a live chef walking participants through the cooking process.

The previous fundraiser sold out.

The next two sessions will be Feb. 15 and March 22.

On Feb. 15 the meal is creamy dill pork tenderloin with couscous and roasted broccoli. On March 22, it is Asian stir-fry. Both sessions will take place at 6 p.m.

Participants can pay $35 to get a meal kit for two. For an additional $10 they can add a bottle of wine for two. A new option is BYOG, or bring your own groceries for $15.

The participants will be provided a private Zoom link where Main Street Washington will film JP’s 207 owner Jaron Rosien and Chef Cory Evans preparing and cooking the meal.

Visit flipcause.com/secure/cause_pdetails/MTA2NjQ3 to register for Feb. 15 and flipcause.com/secure/cause_pdetails/MTA2NjUy to register for March 22.

All of the funds go to Main Street Washington due to Fareway Foods Store, Atlas Molded Products and Thrivent Financial sponsoring the fundraiser.