Healthy Cooking and Meals 101
Let us show you how to create a quick, healthy, great-tasting meal that fits your budget using fresh ingredients that are full of flavor. You’ll get hands on experience to improve your knife skills, learn cooking techniques and explore new flavors while making recipes like Minestrone Soup, Ceviche and Minted Citrus Salad.
Guest chefs from University Housing and Dining will be sharing their expert tips and tricks!
Sign up for one class or all three – they’re free!
A $5 refundable deposit (per person) is required to hold your spot in the class.
We have space for 20 people to participate! Classes fill on a first come, first serve basis so sign up early! Group registration is available.
At each class, participants can be entered into a drawing for prizes and the chance to win a gift basket full of great Bob’s Red Mill products!
Fall term classes
Vegan Cooking 101
Friday, October 9, 2-4pm in Milam 203
Join guest Chef Robin Asbell to learn about cooking with plants in the most flavorful, healthful, and energizing ways. Chef Robin Asbell is author of both Big Vegan and Sweet and Easy Vegan (both published by Chronicle Books) and she has been creating dynamite plant based foods for decades. A crucial piece of your healthy, vegan lifestyle is cooking and baking with whole grains—come and learn how to make delicious vegan dishes full of whole grains an effortless part of your day. No deposit necessary. Only individual registration.
Wednesday, October 21, 5-6:30pm in Milam 203
The Mediterranean Diet is famous for fresh, whole foods that inspire health and wellbeing. Learn to cook pasta al dente, top it with flavorful sauces and roasted seasonal vegetables for a quick, satisfying meal.
Wednesday, November 18, 5-6:30pm in Milam 203
Learn the versatile stir-fry technique, including how to prepare a winning sauce combination, in this Asian inspired class. We will talk about seasonal produce selection, protein possibilities, and pairing stir-fries with a variety of whole grains all while sharing tips on how to save time and eat healthier.
Call the Moore Family Center at 541-737-5205 or email@example.com if you have any questions.
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