Chef Demo: Sarah Penrod, the Urban Cowgirl

Join us this Saturday, June 17th, for the third edition of our summer chef demo program with chef Sarah Penrod is a Food Network Star and hometown girl with a bestselling cookbook, The Urban Cowgirl.

Sarah Penrod is a 3rd generation north Texan and chef who relishes her connection to the land, the seasons and modern Texan cooking. Using fresh, local ingredients from the CFM, Chef Sarah will demo and sample a recipe while chatting about her favorite food adventures in and around North Texas.

This FREE demonstration will begin at 10:00am, and will be located at the greenspace next to the market pavilion, beneath the cover of blue Coppell Farmers Market canopies.


About the Chef:

Chef Sarah Penrod trained at Le Cordon Bleu Scottsdale, and is a 3rd generation chef.  She grew up cooking with her grandparents who owned two North Texas restaurants, the PK grill and the Builder’s Supply Café in Denton.

Chef Penrod remembers that while she was growing up her grandparents made wine from wild grapes, smoked hogs, and had an enormous truck-patch garden. Together they made jam, chutney, and pickles. Before chef Sarah was born her Great Grandmother Thelma organized the first ever school lunch program for New Hope Grade School in Crossroads, TX, where she cooked on a pot belly stove!

With such deep roots in food and farming, Sarah understands the importance of connecting food with place and season, and the superior taste of just-picked vegetables. To learn more about chef Sarah Penrod and her new cookbook follow the Urban Cowgirl on Facebook, Instagram and at:




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