Building Healthy Communities

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Cooking with Granny!

Cooking with Granny: Yiayia’s Greek Octopus Stew Cooking & Storytelling Saturday, August 11, 2018 2:00 – 4:00 PM COFFEED 37-18 Northern Boulevard Join Edible Queens in a lively cooking and storytelling session at COFFEED in LIC with Cooking with Granny’s Caroline Shin and Granny Barbara. Chat with Granny Barbara and Caroline as they share stories of family meals, Greek immigration and community in old Astoria while preparing an octopus […]