Thinking that shopping the farmers' market has to break you? Not so.

Here's a sneak peek at one of the events that will appear in

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Locally-Sourced Cooking on the Cheap

For Reals

Thinking that shopping the farmers' market has to break you? Not so.

Here's a sneak peek at one of the events that will appear in tomorrow's print version of Food Files, taking place next Wednesday:

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Wednesday, April 18
 
Does the prospect of eating local food, sourced almost exclusively from farmers' markets seem like an ideal, but prohibitively expensive proposition? Take a trek to Carnation (yes, Carnation) and learn from the experts: Eating Seasonally on a Budget. Culinary Communion Cooking School head chef Gabriel Claycamp, and dietician, food policy, and nutrition consultant Kelly Horton will teach you how to feed a family of four three meals a day on a mere $25. Impossible, you say? This free class promises practical tips for shopping at the farmers market, eating seasonally, and how to cook delicious, locally-sourced meals without breaking the bank. Free. 6:30-8:30 p.m. Miller's Community and Arts Center, 4597 Tolt Ave., 205-3130, www.king.wsu.edu/enviro/eeereg.htm. CARNATION

Check back here, tomorrow, for more.

 
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