180 Intervale Rd
Burlington, VT 05401
Join City Market for the next installment of their outdoor cooking series at the Intervale Center during Vermont Open Farm Week, where you’ll learn to make beautiful Buddha bowls with Sue Sullivan. These plant-based bowls are packed with a savory rice, black bean, tomato, and corn medley, and accompanied by local grilled vegetables and other local produce. It'll be a fresh, lively, colorful, flavor packed experience with Southwestern accents that will surely create a dance party for you and your “taste” buds!!
Sue has a culinary background in managing/cooking for corporate accounts, restaurants and caterers, and enjoys a life that revolves around family, friends and sharing meals. She is the proud mother of two amazing sons (one is proprietor of Pingala Café) and is blessed with three wonderful grandchildren. She and Pete, her soulmate of 40 years, moved to Burlington, VT from MA in 2016 and enjoy hiking, exploring Vermont, and other travels. She’s excited to teach a class in making a tasty, healthy, satisfying plant-based meal for you to enjoy and perhaps share on a hot summer day!
City Market is dedicated to supporting the local economy and strengthening the local food system. They work with thousands of Vermont vendors to feature a wide selection of local and Vermont-made products.
Founded in 1988, the Intervale Center manages a 360-acre campus of farmland, trails and open space along the Winooski River in Burlington, VT. Their influence radiates out from this beloved place as they work across Vermont to enhance farm viability and land sustainability, and more broadly as they serve as a model for food and farming organizations throughout the world.