Buffalo, New York – On Saturday October 20 at 11:00A.M, the Broadway Market will celebrate the bounty of the Western New York harvest with a Savor the Flavor cooking demonstration and tastings.
Buffalo attorney and fellow Slow Food Buffalo member Sharon Osgood will join host Sandy Starks in preparing a number of Native American dishes that highlight the “three sisters” of corn, beans and squash. Featured recipes will include corn chowder made with a rare Iroquois white corn, wild rice salad with a cranberry vinagrette, maple fudge, pumpkin pine nut bread and stuffed squash.
Prepaid reservations are required and the price of $11 per person includes samples of each dish, plus take-home recipe cards.  For further information or to make a reservation, call Sandy Starks at 716/839-5150 or visit the website at to register online.
ABOUT THE BROADWAY MARKET:  The Broadway Market was started by a group of Eastern European immigrants in 1888, on a city-donated parcel located at 999 Broadway.  From its inception, the Market served as a community meeting place where people from around Western New York could purchase farm fresh and exotic products from local purveyors while discussing the latest news in community happenings, catch up on news from the old world and share the stories of their lives.
Although the Market site has undergone numerous changes in 119 years, the old-fashioned concept of selling the freshest meats, poultry, produce and baked goods within a setting that connects Western New York people with their history, traditions and culture, still continues today.
ABOUT SANDY STARKS:  Sandy Starks is Taste of Home Magazine’s Western New York Field Editor and a founding member of Slow Food Buffalo.  For years, Sandy has earned high marks for her “specialized tours for educated travelers.” More recently, she is fielding a mounting number of requests for customized itineraries from out-of-towners who want to tour Buffalo.
ABOUT SHARON OSGOOD:  Sharon Osgood is a Buffalo attorney whose passion is Buffalo history, Frank Lloyd Wright and good food and wine. She is a member of the Confrérie de la Chaîne des Rôtisseurs, Buffalo Food and Wine Society and Slow food Buffalo.

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